Senate leader Phil Berger wants voters to decide on a constitutional amendment limiting government spending and personal income taxes. “This is a reasonable curb on growth in government,” he said.
Senate leader Phil Berger wants voters to decide on a constitutional amendment limiting government spending and personal income taxes. “This is a reasonable curb on growth in government,” he said. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Senate leader Phil Berger wants voters to decide on a constitutional amendment limiting government spending and personal income taxes. “This is a reasonable curb on growth in government,” he said. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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