School board should go ‘back to drawing board’
Georgia Tea Party’s (GTPI) decision to oppose the ED-SPLOST did not come lightly. The board considered the questionable practice of holding a special election in March instead of at a normal election time. We looked at the process used in determining the project list and then closely scrutinized the SPLOST Notebook. We found little in the Notebook directly related to education and much that focused on enticing specific groups to vote in favor of this tax.
Read more: The Marietta Daily Journal – School board should go ‘back to drawing board’
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