GOP Governor Pete Ricketts is starting off his second term in office by proposing new property tax reforms to help Nebraska families.
In his annual State of the State address, Governor Ricketts called for the passage of a constitutional amendment that would prevent local property tax revenues from growing by more than 3 percent annually. Governor Ricketts’ proposals would also provide $550 million over two years to the property tax credit fund, allowing further relief for Nebraska taxpayers.
Governor Ricketts’ bold fiscally conservative leadership has Nebraska firmly headed on the right path as he continues to fight for tax relief to help working families.
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