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'''Lewis K. Uhler''' founded and presides over the [[National Tax Limitation Committee]]. '''NTLC''' has coalitioned in the past with: [[Americans for Responsible Privatization]], the [[Council for Retirement Security]], and the [[Tax Cut Working Group]].
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{{tnr}}'''Lewis K. Uhler''' founded and presides over the [[National Tax Limitation Committee]]. '''NTLC''' has worked with Americans for Responsible Privatization, the Council for Retirement Security, and the Tax Cut Working Group.
  
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A graduate of Yale University, Uhler co-wrote a book with free-market economist Milton Friedman.<ref>[http://www.shns.com/shns/g_index2.cfm?action=detail&pk=UHLER-08-15-05 The Front Man for Proposition 75]</ref>
  
 
==Political Ties==
 
==Political Ties==
  
A long standing conservative politico, Uhler was selected in 1968 by then-Governor '''Ronald Reagan''' to serve on the [[California Law Revision Committee]]. Two years later, Reagan again tapped Uhler for another task--that of becoming the [[Governor's State Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity]]. This appointment resulted in Uhler's ascendancy to Reagan's gubernatorial cabinent as [[Assistant Secretary of the Health & Welfare Agency]]. In 1972, Governor Reagan asked Uhler to both create and serve (as Chairman) on the [[Governor's Tax Reduction Task Force]]. Years later, Uhler would go on to co-author '''California's Proposition 40 (1990)'''.<ref>[http://www.limittaxes.org/documents/101.html]</ref>
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A long standing conservative politico, Uhler was selected in 1968 by then-Governor Ronald Reagan to serve on the California Law Revision Committee. Two years later, Reagan again tapped Uhler for another task--that of becoming the Governor's State Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity. This appointment resulted in Uhler's ascendancy to Reagan's gubernatorial cabinet as Assistant Secretary of the Health & Welfare Agency. In 1972, Governor Reagan asked Uhler to both create and serve (as Chairman) on the Governor's Tax Reduction Task Force. Years later, Uhler would go on to co-author [[California Proposition 140 (1990)]].<ref>[http://www.limittaxes.org/documents/101.html Lewis K. Uhler]</ref>
  
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==See also==
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*[[National Tax Limitation Committee]]
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*[[National Tax Limitation Foundation]]
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*[[National Tax Limitation Committee PAC]]
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*[[California Presidential Electoral College Reform Initiative (2008)|California Electoral College Reform Initiative]]
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==External links==
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*[http://www.limittaxes.org/documents/101.html Lewis Uhler bio on NTLC website]
  
 
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[[Category:California ballot initiative activists]]

Latest revision as of 08:52, 28 February 2012

Lewis K. Uhler founded and presides over the National Tax Limitation Committee. NTLC has worked with Americans for Responsible Privatization, the Council for Retirement Security, and the Tax Cut Working Group.

A graduate of Yale University, Uhler co-wrote a book with free-market economist Milton Friedman.[1]

Political Ties

A long standing conservative politico, Uhler was selected in 1968 by then-Governor Ronald Reagan to serve on the California Law Revision Committee. Two years later, Reagan again tapped Uhler for another task--that of becoming the Governor's State Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity. This appointment resulted in Uhler's ascendancy to Reagan's gubernatorial cabinet as Assistant Secretary of the Health & Welfare Agency. In 1972, Governor Reagan asked Uhler to both create and serve (as Chairman) on the Governor's Tax Reduction Task Force. Years later, Uhler would go on to co-author California Proposition 140 (1990).[2]

See also

External links

References