State Court Throws Out Jack Bogdanski's Art Tax Lawsuit, Again

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The Oregon Tax Court has for a second time dismissed a lawsuit by Lewis & Clark Law School professor Jack Bogdanski against the Portland Arts Tax, upholding an earlier ruling that the court lacks jurisdiction. Tax Court Judge Henry C. Breithaupt yesterday dismissed Bogdanski's appeal, confirming the court's ruling last June that the local tax is not a state matter. Bogdanski has sued the city, ...   More
 
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WW Endorsement Video: Who Else Besides Schools Would Get Money from the

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Portland voters on Nov. 6 will decide whether the city can levy a $35-per-person annual arts tax to raise $12 million a year to help restore an art or music instruction in every elementary school in the city. About half the money would go to schools, while the rest would go to arts non-profits for their operating budgets and other arts education—from small performing and visual arts groups to big ...   More
 
Saturday, October 13, 2012 WW Editorial Staff

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