AUSTIN— Today, the Texas Public Policy Foundation published three one-page papers on property taxes, public pensions and government debt to help inform Texas taxpayers as they head to the ballot box to vote on constitutional amendments, new debt propositions and questions of tax increases.
“Texans have a variety of online transparency tools made available to them through various state agencies,” said Shelby Sterling, policy analyst with the Texas Public Policy Foundation. “By using these tools effectively, Texas taxpayers can get a firm grasp on the issues to hold their elected officials accountable.”
“Elected officials should serve the people and the best way for citizens to hold their elected officials accountable is to stay informed,” said James Quintero who leads the Foundation’s Think Local Liberty project. “Each of the one-pagers offers multiple tools to help Texans search, study, and stay informed”
To read the Texas Taxpayer Tools: Property Taxes click, here:
To read the Texas Taxpayer Tools: Public Pensions, click here:
To read the Texas Taxpayer Tools: Government Debt, click here: