Nashville Judge Orders Property Tax Relief Referendum Cancelled

A Davidson County Judge Has Ruled That A July 27 Referendum Election On Six Proposed Changes To Nashville’s Metro Charter – Including One That Would Reduce Property Taxes – Will Not Happen.

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Grassroots Nashville Launches Campaign Supporting Taxpayer Protection Act

Americans For Prosperity-Tennessee Announced It Is Forming A Ballot Committee, AFP – Grassroots Nashville, To Support The Nashville Taxpayer Protection Act, A Set Of Six Proposed Charter Amendments That Could Drastically Alter How Nashville Metro Government Operates.

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Nashville Tax Referendum Tied Up In Court

A Referendum Election On Reforms To Limit Nashville’s Property Tax Rates, End Lifetime Benefits For Public Employees And Make It Easier For Officials To Be Recalled Is Again Held Up In Court.

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Tennessee Bill Seeks Increased Accountability For Local Governments Considering Tax Hikes

House Bill 1315 Directs Tennessee’s Advisory Commission On Intergovernmental Relations To Conduct A Study On The Use Of A Voter Referendum To Approve Significant Tax Increases.

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New Petition Effort Seeks To Limit Nashville Metro Government’s Spending

After A Referendum Effort To Appeal Nashville’s 34% Property Tax Increase And Limit City Officials’ Spending Died In Court Last Fall, The Attorney Behind The Effort Has Launched A New Petition Aimed At Nashville Metro Government.

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