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TAX MATTERS TO
TAKE ATTENTION
Article t Sectloa It. No tai or
duty eaair'be Impeeed without (he
coaeeat ot the popte or their repre
aeatatlrea In the Ufltlatlvo aueubly.
Tasea ehall be levied and collected tor
public purpose only, and the power
ot taxation shall never be lurrentlcr
ad, suspended or contracted away. Alt
taxes shall be uniform upon the same
claso t properfy wlthla the territor
ial llailta or the authority levying the
tax. '
Article IX., 8ec)lon la. No poll
or head tax shall be levied or collect
ed ta Oregon. The legislative assent
bly shall aot declare aa eniergncy,ln
aay act regulating taxation or exemption.
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stltutloaal smendment Is to provide
a broad aad safe foundation for genu
ine tax 'reform In Oregon. If adopted
we caa thtn proceed In aa orderly
aad rational manner to correct the
defecte and abuses 'In our present ays
taat et taxation, aad thus discourage
aad repress the irrational schemes
aad vela theories now prevalent
acUea. 1. Article IX, and Section
ad la Oregon. The legislative aesem
tloai kave Imposed oa our state a
primitive form of tke general prop
erty tax, a system which makes the
pretense of taxing all property, real
aad personal, tangible and Intangible,
seen aad unseen, by on uniform
rule aad Method. Such a systeM was
tolerably adapted to the economic
and Industrial conditions ot a half
century aad mora ago, but Is too rigid
to permit equitable taxation ot the
widely varied form of property to-J
day, and too limited to reach many
claase of private wealth taat should
bear a part of the public burdens.
Eleven , states have either nsvsr
placed oasrous restraints on legisla
tive power la taxation or havs suc
ceeded la so amending their constltu
ttoa aa to permit tbem to break
away from tke genera! property tax.
Tkeee states nave fanad tke absence
of suck reetrlctlona a decided advsa
tag. permRtlag them to Improve
their tax laws aad administration to
meat tke reaalreaeats of modern
conditions.
Tka remaining states, Including
Oregon, kave provided la tkelr con-
stltutiomi for tka general property
In no. one et them kas It keen
satisfactory, Tkto la the unbroken
testimony of every tax commlmlon,
political economist or expert wbo baa
given thoughtful consideration to the
sutiject.
Tka second conference on state aad
local taxation, keld nt Toronto, On
tario, la 1101, under thp nusplces of
the international Tax Association,
adopted, unanimously, the following
resolution i .
Whsrsse, The greatest Insquall
ties have arisen from law designed
tu lax ill the widely dlferlng classes
of property la" the same way aad such
tows kave been (selective In tke pro
duction of revenue, and.
"Whereas. Tka appropriate Uxa-
Uaa ef various forma at property la
rendered Impossible by the metric
Unas, upon- tka Using power -cow-
talned In the eaaatltuUoaa of many of
Mm states;
Reeeivedr Taat aU state coaetl-
Union rsqulring the same taxation
of all property, or otherwise Impos
ing restraint upon the reasonable
classification of property, should be
aiooded by the repeal of such re-
strktlve provision."
Two of the proposed amend menu
(ballot numbers 204 and J0) were
submitted to tke people In 110; but
they were defeated In ths election of
that year tor the reason that their
purpose and Ua wisdom of their
enmtment were aot fully undsrstooJ
and appreciated. These amendment
are a again submitted In the belief
that they are aow better knows and
will be approved by the large major
ity of votsrs wko surely prefer a pro
gressive and genuine plan of tax re.
form to either tka Inequalities of tka
general property tax on the one hand
or the deluilv uncertainties of the
single tsx on the other,
The third eenstltutlonal amend.
ant proposed (ballot number 301)
Is for the practical repeal of th. .n.
called "single tax" amendment adout.
ed In 1010. This proposition sppoar-
n ra me uauoi at tb last
under uu attractive title, not
preestve ot Its real pumoee.c
wmmm ume giving promlaenea
laeioeaui feature that waa
at a Joker, providing far the
tag pen. tax.
t .Wkhtbe adoption of.
ameadment of all tke
amendment ot 1110 wouU
eu who the exception of
ueatoi ma Doll tax. Tb
lameadment also aroklkito
ina of an emergency In nny net rag
utstlng taxation or exemption, thus
fully Insuring the right of referan
dum on aay tax law enacted by th
InUUtur. This provision Is Insert
ed In lieu ot the moat unreasonable
and unwarrantsd feature of the 1119
amendment, which practically de
prives the legislature of power to leg
Itlate In matters of taxation.
It. la urged that the amendment of
lto permits "county option" or
"home rule" In taxation. True, hut
there Is no demand for local legisla
tion of this charactsr except to fur
ther the schemes ot the single taxar.
and no county tax measure are being
proposed or considered except by sin
gle lexers.
Aside from Its connection with the
slagle tax, "county option" or "homo
rule" In taxation Is contrary to tho
ensral course of rational tax reform
The tendency of wel-consldered lgls
latloa Is toward centralisation of au
thority and uniformity of laws and
methods of assessment nnd taxation
within state Jurisdictions. Th state
that have been making most substan
tial progress toward equitable aad
elective taxation have been moving
In this direction. If put In effect,
"county option" would disorganise
the, fiscal system of the state, engen
der controversies between counties
and be destructive ot any general nnd
orderly plan for betterment or con
dition In taxation.
In conclusion these three proposed
constitutional amendments harmon
ise with each other and together form
n broad and sound bast for teal tax
reform In Oregon. Being convinced
that these measures fully answer the
demand for constructive and rational
tax Isgtslatlon. Inslsad of vain the
ories aad destructive schemes, we feel
confident thst thsy will be approved,
ArgausMK Opanatog Above Meeeetr
These three proposed tax amend
ments are Intended to tnke from the
people of Oregon their constitutional
power nnd right to bavi every aew
state tax law referred to them for ap
proval or rejection before It Uksa ef
fect; second, to take from the peepte
of every county their coestltutfeaa!
powsr aad right to make local laws
to tax or exempt from tax aay class
or classes of property ta tkelr county.
lleeldee, tkaaa proposed amendment
will opea tka door for tka legtsU
tura and tka state tax commission te:
I. Mill furtker lower tke taxes oa
railroads and other franchise corpora
tion.
3. To take from the counties the
school monsy derived from taxes on
railroad and other f ranch Is corpor
ation.
Nowhere In theaa amendments or
In any measure offered by the legis
lature or the state tax commission, or
In nny nrgument offered In favor or
these measures, I there n word or n
hint about taxing the water power
trust on th value of the water power
owned by It, whuch la now praetieally
exempt from tax; aer to there even a
klBt about taxiag tka value of fran-
eklaaa owaed by raltroade aad other
fraachl eorperatleaa.
The real purpaae ot tkaaa amead
meats to ta take rrea Ike people tke
power to ceatrol tax laws, aad to
give that power hack ta tka toatola
tura. Taat to wkat Big Bueiaeai waat
aad wkat tka Ut tax cemmlseloe!
waat. Th stats tax commission
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BuiuiBa pom is "aerect aad
abuasa" la ear tax laws uatll the peoi
Pie took control of the taxing power
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The manning of these three amaadl
menu la that, at the opinion of the
leelelatura k . ,. u,.
loa tba people of Oregon cannot bq
trusted with absolute control of the
taxing power. That la what the slato
tax eommlMloa aad the legleUture
aaa. aad wkat tka railroad, tkif
"' power iruai aaa tka big apseui
latormeaa. Big Bnalnsaa dtoeevered
Immediately after. Ike ItUSewotleq
. Eue7 nome ruia tax amende
meat 'was "very 'bad" aad "revolu
tleaary," Then the stau tax com
toaloa aald M waa "verrkad" and
revolutionary."
Tke advocate of thai amend.
meat say th flrtt two were M.
ed la 1(10 because th people did
not understand tbm. Tke ear the
county home rule tax ameadmeat was
adopted In lle beeausa Ua people
did aot understand it. Do the aUta
tax eommlMloa and tke toglelatlva
-..w mnn ! paapia uaaer-
wnat tney were delag la,lie
they eleeted.taa Ugwtotur of
aad tba araasat auta )
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ome rule tax ameadmeat aaaaarad
oa th ballet la 111 uader a title
that did aat eapresa Its real purpaae,
nnd that to eeataiaed 'sometki ii .
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lead ta kla the eame eeaeldera lee sad,turtleser4dtll
our palraaa. ,
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