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Be informed: Sales tax referendum topic of next Civic meeting

March 16, 2018

To the editor: Cape Coral Civic Association will hold a March meeting about the half cent sales tax increase the Lee County school board is asking for On March 20, at 6 p.m....

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Mar-18-18 3:07 PM

Fed may be forced to raise interest rates over the next two years, because of a spending spree by the President and Congress — spending aimed at stimulating the already healthy American economy.

If the Fed doesn't raise rates more quickly, it risks falling behind. The $1.5 trillion Republican tax cut, as well as $300 billion spending plan, could overheat the robust labor market.

That extra stimulation for the economy will push inflation higher and lead the Fed to raise interest rates four times this year instead of the expected three, Capital Economics chief economist Jonathan Loynes predicted in a recent report.

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Mar-18-18 3:04 PM

This is what REPUBLICANS do, what anyone would when the federal government gives tax cuts to the wealthy.

They will let less of our tax dollars come back to us to pay for the tax cuts.

You voted for Trump and the GOP. Here come the chickens. Expect health care cost to go up up up and other pass through federal expenditures.

It's simple economics. The GOP is the party of Reverse Robin Hood.

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Mar-16-18 7:27 AM

Will there be someone their to point out the fiscal irresponsibility of the LCSB

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