Would you sign a blank check?

  • Would you sign a blank check?
    Would you sign a blank check?
Most people would answer that question with a resounding “no” — they want to know how much, for what, why and who will benefit from the use of their money. But if you think your obligation to participate in your local government ends once you voted, you are signing a blank check. Voting is critically important. Elected officials — national, state, county and city — are the ones who adopt laws…

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