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 Action needed on HB 312 as Perdue wants to raise taxes

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March Mellow



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PostSubject: Action needed on HB 312 as Perdue wants to raise taxes   Tue Jun 09, 2009 3:11 pm

N.C. House

HB 312 Spousal allowance

Increases the amount of the allowance to $20,000 from $10,000 for a surviving spouse of North Carolina elected officials.

Introduced by Rep. Pat Hurley, R-Randolph. Adopted 110-0 Sent to the Senate

Don't all of North Carolina surviving spouses need an extra $20,000 to live for one year on like our elected officials?

Do you think our elected officials are a bit spoiled?

North Carolina Call, Fax, and E-mail - Your Senators and Representatives -ask Them to Omit Spousal Allowances ENTIRELY.
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This is in committee !!!!!!!
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Sponsors:
Primary: Hurley; Spear; Randleman; McLawhorn;
Co: K. Alexander; Allred; Blust; Brubaker; Burr; Carney; Cleveland; Current; Dollar; Faison; Folwell; Frye; Guice; Justus; Killian; Langdon; McCormick; Mobley; Sager; Samuelson; Stam; Steen; Stevens; Tillis; Wiley;

Bill HB 312 go and read the bill giving themselves a raise with a benefit.
http://www.ncleg.net/Sessions/2009/Bills/House/PDF/H312v2.pdf

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Pension/Salary/Benefits CONGRESS; Poll/Vote and MORE!
http://www.alipac.us/ftopict-126464.html
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PostSubject: Re: Action needed on HB 312 as Perdue wants to raise taxes   Tue Jun 09, 2009 4:43 pm

Is there anything we can do? Is there a phone number to call to complain?

I voted on that link provided. Naturally, we the people think they are all paid way too much.
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March Mellow



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PostSubject: Re: Action needed on HB 312 as Perdue wants to raise taxes   Wed Jun 10, 2009 6:08 pm

The main number is 919-733-7928. But I think pointed letters to each Senate member would make more of a point. I email a lot to the legislature, but I usually compose a letter, then copy and paste it into individual emails, because it makes more of a point if they think you haven't blasted the entire legislature with the same message.
At a time when the state is running a huge budget deficit, people are losing jobs and property prices are falling, we do not need to raise taxes on anything, nor do we need to give away the little money we have left in grants like this bill proposes. Prices of necessities like groceries are already going up, and throw a tax on top of that, few will be able to afford anything.
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