North Dakota voters will take to the polls today, Tuesday, June 12, to decide if the state property tax should be abolished.
According to USA Today, the tax generates approximately $800 million in annual revenue, which mostly goes toward funding local governments and schools. There is no secondary plan currently to replace funding if the measure passes Tuesday.
In Georgia, among the things county property taxes go toward funding are: county government administrations, repairing bridges, supporting indigent individuals, welfare services and water polution control projects.
So, "speak out" and tell us what you think about property taxes. Would you like to see it abolished here? If so, from where should needed money come?