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T-SPLOST, The Tax that Keeps on Taxing

The following is an analysis of each county in the three region that voted yes and passed T-SPLOST.  This information is provided by Bill Evelyn, Director, State of Georgia Tea Party, LLC Central Savannah – Region 7 Summary: Every county has projects, but the entire region falls $107 million short to complete all those projects.


T-SPLOST Report: Don & Ron’s $87 Million Tax Give-Away

Just Dandy or Downright Irresponsible? Monday, July 23, 2012 Augusta, GA By IndyInjun A loose coalition of anti-tax and community activists has arisen locally to oppose T-Splost, which is the chosen acronym for a proposed new 1% sales tax dedicated to transportation. This measure is Referendum Item 1 on the July 31 Georgia primary election


Former Georgia state representative and state senator sounds off

Vote ‘no’ on the TSPLOST By Joey Brush Grovetown Sunday, July 22, 2012 In our region, local government representatives have done a fairly good job of assembling their list of the most pressing road projects for the transportation special-purpose local option sales tax, and have not fallen into the temptation of expensive, money-loser mass-transit projects


Illegal T-SPLOST Advertising?!?!

Using state resources to campaign for higher taxes?!? This is on Furys Ferry just north of Evans to Locks in Augusta


TSPLOST is a nonstarter

TSPLOST is a nonstarter By Eric Schumacher Evans Tuesday, July 17, 2012 On July 31 we will be asked to vote on a proposed transportation improvements special purpose local option sales tax that would add 1 percent sales tax for 10 years. When you vote, please consider this: • We already pay 29.9 cents in


Local Activist Calls T-SPLOST “Shameful”

Al Gray Warns Rural County Leaders About ‘Shameful’ T-Splost Friday, June 22, 2012 Lincolnton, GA By Al Gray (Fast forward to the 1:20 min mark for Mr Gray’s remarks)* Read the text and see charts: Click Here


15 Reasons to Detest T-SPLOST

15 Reasons to Detest T-SPLOST and Punish its Promoters Tuesday, June 12, 2012 Augusta, GA By Al Gray The Transportation Investment Act of 2010 (also referred to even in the legislation as the ‘Transportation Investment Act’) is being called T-Splost all over Georgia. The legislation establishes a new 1% sales tax supposedly dedicated to regional

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