Up to Supremes to make right call

By Ben Carlson, Publisher

It doesn’t matter which side you’re on when it comes to the disappointing decision of the Kentucky Court of Appeals regarding a lawsuit filed against our library and others in Northern Kentucky.

The bottom line is that with its decision in favor of the libraries, the Court of Appeals is allowing an unelected and wholly unaccountable body to set tax rates and spend other people’s money.

It’s called taxation without representation and, like the old TV cartoon said, that’s not fair.


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