"We really can't imagine that in these lean budget...
A final followup on SCSBA’s plan for a $600 million tax hike. The editorial board at the Aiken Standard asks the same question ROAR’s been asking… where’s the money? Until we get our economic house in order, it’s time to stop spending money we don’t have and unite behind comprehensive tax reform! Read the editorial...
Same as it ever was...
A follow up and yesterday’s article from the Aiken Standard: http://www.aikenstandard.com/story/1025-school-board—3740695 Some salient points: (emphasis ours) School Board Chair Rosemary English [asked] “Would the state really come up with their portion of the funding needed?” That’s a crucial issue that hasn’t been answered yet. In effect, the General...
ROAR: Why South Carolina Needs Comprehensive Tax... →
ROAR lays out the case for comprehensive tax reform in the Nov/Dec issue of South Carolina Business. A nice detailed look at the issue, and pretty well written if we don’t say so ourselves.
SCSBA Presents New Funding Plan (Millions in New... →
Interest groups keep putting the cart before the horse. However well intentioned, we must pass comprehensive tax reform before figuring out ways to spend hundreds of millions in new taxes. Another example of more distractions causing more inaction.
When South Carolina’s legislature begins a new session Tuesday,...– http://www.islandpacket.com/2012/01/08/1918808/legislative-session-must-target.html
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The Bodman Case: An Analysis of the Supreme Court... →
ROAR representatives attended the Supreme Court hearing on Bodman, and we will detail our own thoughts on the case and its impact on our cause in the coming days. In the meantime, we’ll refresh your memory with an excellent analysis that appeared in newspapers across the state.
Mike Exits as ROAR Enters New Phase
After two years of nearly constant travel across our state, Old Blue, Dr. Mike Fanning’s 1986 Chevy pickup, finally gave up the ghost. Worried that keeping up his hectic schedule might lead him to rejoining his beloved truck a bit too soon, Mike is stepping down from his position with ROAR. Due to employment restrictions, Mike will be forced to concentrate exclusively on his job as Executive...