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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 coalitioned in the past 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.<ref>[http://www.shns.com/shns/g_index2.cfm?action=detail&pk=UHLER-08-15-05 The Front Man for Proposition 75]</ref>
 
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>
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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.

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 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).[2]

See also

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References

  1. The Front Man for Proposition 75
  2. Lewis K. Uhler