North Dakota Votes Against Abolishing Property Tax

North Dakotans took their angst against property taxes to the polls on Tuesday, an issue gaining traction in other parts of the U.S. Voters ultimately rejected the ballot measure to eliminate the state's property taxes, with a reported 76.5 percent rejecting the proposal and 23.5 percent favoring. However, a measure to change the University of North Dakota's "Fighting Sioux" logo and nickname did pass. Polls closed at 8 p.m. central time on Tuesday. Click here to view a slideshow: Battle Over...Full Story
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