Originally posted on Frederica Cade's Blog:
On checking up on an update on a IRS proposal to remove the access of state pensions funds from Charter Schools, because the IRS does not consider them private schools. I decided to research if possible public schools paid taxes. I know the public already paid these taxes so you would think, no. Well for majority of the country public schools do not pay taxes. However what I found are out of the fifty states, five of the most recognizable states to two less obscure states not in the news for their politcal beliefs and laws passed. Well those five states are Arizona, California, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Washington state. There is of course that besides these five states there could be more states where public schools are forced to payout taxes directly or indirectly paid on things that may go unnoticed.
This laughs at state legislatures steady increasing…
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