Monday, January 20, 2003

Oregon Has At Least $11.04 Billion In Potential Surpluses of the Taxpayers Money it is not using.
I have not had time to verify the validity of this articles claims, but they sound accurate.
"Oregon Has At Least $11.04 Billion In Potential Surpluses of the Taxpayers Money it is not using. The State of Oregon at the State-level has approximately $11.04 billion of the taxpayer's money it is not using, i. e. potential surpluses equal to $3,147 for every man, women and child in Oregon or $12,590 for a family of 4. This does not include all the additional potential surpluses that exist in the school districts, cities, or counties in Oregon."

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