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6-11-2018
Stop Political Dirty Money Initiative
Come by our office at 1400 E White Mountain Blvd in Pinetop to sign the initiative. Open 10-3 Monday-Friday. The Stop Political Dirty Money Constitutional Amendment establishes your Right to Know the identity of all major contributors who are trying to influence the outcome of Arizona elections. Contributors will no longer be able to hide by transferring their money through intermediaries. Anyone spending more than $10,000 to oppose or support candidates or ballot measures must disclose everyone who contributed $2,500 or more promptly, publicly and under penalty of perjury. The money must be tracked back to its original source. Violators will be subject to fines. Rules to implement this Amendment will be written and enforced by a nonpartisan commission.
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6-11-2018
Invest in Education Initiative
Come by our office at 1400 E White Mountain Blvd in Pinetop to sign the initiative. Open 10-3 Monday-Friday. The Invest in Education Act increases the classroom site fund by raising the income tax rate by 3.46% on individual incomes over a quarter million dollars (or household incomes over half a million dollars), and by 4.46% on individual incomes over half a million dollars (or household incomes over a million dollars); designates 60% of new funds for teacher salaries and 40% for operations; adds full day kindergarten and pay raises for student support services personnel as permitted fund uses; requires governing boards seek teacher and personnel input on fund use plans; defines teacher and student support services personnel.
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6-11-2018
Clean Energy for Healthy Az Initiative
Come by our office at 1400 E White Mountain Blvd in Pinetop to sign the initiative. Open 10-3 Monday-Friday. The Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona Amendment requires affected electric utilities to provide at least 50% of their annual retail sales of electricity from renewable energy sources by 2030. The Amendment defines renewable energy sources to include solar, wind, small-scale hydropower, and other sources that are replaced rapidly by a natural, ongoing process (excluding nuclear or fossil fuel). Distributed renewable energy sources, like rooftop solar, must comprise at least 10% of utilities' annual retail sales of electricity by 2030. The Amendment allows electric utilities to earn and trade credits to meet these requirements.
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Wed Jul 18, 2018 6:00 pm
PC Meeting
WMD Office 1400 E White Mtn Blvd Pinetop
Agenda: TBD


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