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}}{{tnr}}'''San Diego Tax Fighter''' is an all volunteer, pro-taxpayer advocacy group that does not allow corporate membership or accepts corporate funding. This organization focuses on taxes at local and California state governments. San Diego Tax Fighter believe that taxes are too high and taxes are high enough. This group is not an anti-tax organization, but believe that government must get the highest return with the least cost. This organization also believes that there are also functions the government has adopted that are better suited for the private sector.<ref>[http://sandiegotaxfighters.com/blog/about/ ''San Diego Tax Fighters'',"About Us," retrieved March 13, 2011]</ref>
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==Measures==
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*Supported [[California Proposition 20, Congressional Redistricting (2010)]]
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Revision as of 12:13, 24 February 2014





San Diego Tax Fighters
Website:http://sandiegotaxfighters.com/
San Diego Tax Fighter is an all volunteer, pro-taxpayer advocacy group that does not allow corporate membership or accepts corporate funding. This organization focuses on taxes at local and California state governments. San Diego Tax Fighter believe that taxes are too high and taxes are high enough. This group is not an anti-tax organization, but believe that government must get the highest return with the least cost. This organization also believes that there are also functions the government has adopted that are better suited for the private sector.[1]

Measures

References