GOP governors fighting taxation limits

From the WaPo, a good article on Republican governors, such as Bill Owens of Colorado, Nevada's Kenny Guinn, Idaho's Dirk Kempthorne, Georgia's Sonny Perdue, Indiana's Mitch Daniels, and Ohio's Bob Taft, who have dumped no-new-taxes pledges to push for major new revenue and increased state spending, thus joining the ranks of low-tax, limited-government advocates who have found those principles hard to hold onto amid a sluggish economy and a sharply diminished flow of federal money to the states. Reframing, anyone?


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