Our problem is not funding, it is the massive waste created by Robin Hood and the ravenous lobbyists who profit from this awkward and inefficient system.
School districts across the DFW Metroplex passed property tax increases in low-turnout special elections Saturday.
Early voting is underway in school districts across the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex asking voters to approve higher property taxes in low-turnout special elections.
A joint investigation by Direct Action Texas and Empower Texans reveals Lancaster ISD employees advocated for a tax rate proposition at “back to school” parties inside polls.
Local taxpayers at Frisco Tea Party forums ask tough questions about the school district’s property tax rate “swap” and $691 million bond package, both on the November ballot.
Lancaster ISD used a “hide the vote” election date, combined campus “rolling polling” with early voting parties, electioneered inside the polls, and tried to intimidate opponents.
The Frisco ISD school board has the authority and responsibility to determine what is normal and what is excessive. Hopefully they will do the right thing.
Lancaster Independent School District is calling for a tax rate “swap and drop” election but, unfortunately for taxpayers, LISD has been deceptive in its presentation.
Kyle Biedermann stops by to chat about the controversy surrounding The Alamo.
Frisco’s school board will decide August 13 whether to ask voters for a tax hike and more bond debt in this November’s general election.