CHAPTER 22 SECTION 4

  1. In two sections as Revenue Collection and Revenue Spending.
  2. Both revenues must equal spending.
  3. Education, public safety, highways and transportation, and public welfare.
  4. Nonprofit organizations, religious groups and charities are tax exempt. This means they do not have to pay taxes.
  5. Alcoholic drinks, cigarettes, hotel and motel rooms, cars, rental cars, and insurance policies.
  6. Lawmakers could try and have a daily plan on what they’re planning on buying. If there was more revenue then lawmakers might not try and have such a strict plan.
  7. Property taxes bring in a large portion of local revenue and are paid by property owners in local communities for help to fund important services.
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