Judge Rules in Favor of Texas Citizens AGAINST City Officials

Judge Rules in Favor of Texas Citizens AGAINST City Officials

Friendswood Mayor David Smith and attorneys representing the City of Friendswood argued last week that state law actually prevents people from being able to limit their local government when it comes to issuing debt. A bond attorney testified on behalf of the city of Friendswood that other cities in Texas – including Houston – have gone against their city charters to issue debt.

“’Because other cities do it’ is not a good enough argument for violating a city charter,” said Venable. “We hope that city leaders across the state take notice that they work for the taxpayers and are required to follow their city charter.”



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You know me well enough by now, which is that I am no fan of either establishment party, though sadly I did once in the past, play the game of the "Lesser of Two Evils", for which was tragic. Both seek absolute power, through their own self righteous perceptions of "morality", bastardizing the true concept of the founding of this country and the framing of the US Constitution. Clowns to the Left and the incessant need to control by bigger government while spending us into oblivion; Jokers to the Right and the incessant need to control by religion while spending us into oblivion. Oddly, both are the main two tenets for the founding of the country and framing of the US Constitution - Limited Government and Freedom From Religious Persecution & Religious Zealotry. View all posts by UnPoliticallyCorrect

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