thanks for the results, I was wondering which way it was going.
Don't be talkin so loud about bushido, 4-10. clearly states the fighting of duels is prohibited.
I've read the links posted, so far I'm thinking whichever city gets the pilot, it would be wise to have a cap limit of whatever % a town can impose. It should also include a % limit on debt. Folks just don't know what a pandora's box that can be until its too late.
Mojo didn't create this state restriction, so it's not fair to bust on him for that, but he did promise in his state of the state address in jan 08 that he'd allow more autonomy. I just don't think it's right that it should depend on his permission. THAT is a legislative/senate problem, because they allowed this situation if I've read your constitution correctly.
people really do need to be able to participate in shaping their government, because when it's all top down WV is no longer a democracy.
this voter apathy is so very sad. It's not just this election- it's every election. Apparently something big happened in 1996 and a whopping 54% showed up. Too sad.
I wish on all ballots there were an "NQ" choice to pick. One that states that I don't believe either candidate is qualified, and we need to have another election. In the case of yes or no proposals, the third choice of additional research is needed, please go back to the drawing board and come back with something better. I think it would help out in situations like these, where people really do want to fix things, but the plan proposed seems half baked.
I have a question for the forum that relates to all this WV gov stuff. Is there a link or a govt office where I can see how the state/county/towns finance themselves, who is responsible for providing what services, and where the money goes?
I can't seem to craft the right google question to get a comprehensive answer and WVgov site is not specific.