Tag Archives: Citizens for Limited Taxation

ALEC Rankings: MA Declines for a 3rd Year in a Row

(On the mend and on the move!

– promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) released their “Rich States, Poor States” ranking today for 2013. Massachusetts, for the 3rd year in a row, shows a decline according to ALEC’s rankings.   To read ALEC’s rankings, follow this link: link Read a press statement from Massachusetts…

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Sandi Martinez Opens Campaign Office, earns endorsement of Prop 2 ½ pioneer, Ed King

Chelmsford – With an enthusiastic overflow crowd looking on, Sandi Martinez cut the ribbon officially opening the Martinez for State Senate Campaign HQ in Chelmsford on Friday evening.  The standing room only crowd heard words of leadership from Ed King, one of the founders of CLT who talked about Sandi’s unwavering support for the people of the district and her…

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CLT: Charlie Murphy launches assault on Proposition 2 1/2

This just in: “House leadership attacks Proposition 2 1/2; Charlie Murphy, chair of Ways and Means moves to to increase property taxes without local overrides” According to CLT:

Believe it or not, in this year of voter anger and revolt, the House leadership has just released a proposal to hike property taxes over $500 million, which could be passed during…

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RMG made today’s Globe

Hey guys, our blogging yesterday made today’s Globe, “Bay State reacts with cheers, anger”!  After a good night’s sleep, I am sure the Tea Party activists will react with renewed determination, not discouragement.

This article lays out the usual battle: Big Government, Big Business and Big Labor, vs. what we now must prove is Bigger People.  …

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CLT Update – The stunning January Thaw – Revolution 2010 is launched in Massachusetts

CLT Update – The stunning January Thaw – Revolution 2010 is launched in Massachusetts

http://cltg.org/cltg/clt2010/1… “What an unbelievable week for Massachusetts — for America! “Who’d have ever thought we’d elect a Republican as our United States Senator in our lifetime — who’d have ever thought we’d elect a Republican to fill the late Ted Kennedy’s seat of all things? …”…

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