Lew Uhler

National Tax Limitation Committee

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President of the National Tax Limitation Committee, a nonprofit group dedicated to limiting the growth, size and power of government and a sponsor of California's 1990 term limit initiative

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Term limits were enacted in 1990 to rid California of so-called "career politicians" and replace them with "citizen legislators," who would serve relatively briefly in elected…

Term Limits and Musical Chairs

Term limits were enacted in 1990 to rid California of so-called "career politicians" and replace them with "citizen legislators," who would serve relatively briefly in elected…

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Proposition 84  would raise 5.3 billion dollars in bond money for a host of projects, including improved water quality, flood control, park projects and coastal protection.  Supporters…

Proposition 84

Proposition 84 would raise 5.3 billion dollars in bond money for a host of projects, including improved water quality, flood control, park projects and coastal protection.  Supporters…

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