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State and Local Goverment Texas Health and Education

by: Chandon Lim

State and Local Goverment Texas Health and Education POLS 2312-006

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Bullet point style notes covering over the lecture of health and education.
State local Gov
Daniel D Sledge
texas, local government, Health&education
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This 2 page Bundle was uploaded by Chandon Lim on Monday May 9, 2016. The Bundle belongs to POLS 2312-006 at University of Texas at Arlington taught by Daniel D Sledge in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 16 views.


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Date Created: 05/09/16
Health and Education  Is understood as a police power, o Force people to be vaccinated against smallpox o Marine hospital institution o The national government can not interfere  Death registration area 1915 o Not all states were certified to collect statistics on death  Rockerfeller philanthropy o He donated 1 million toward the eradication of hookworms o Police powers o Lack of local governing capacity  Inability of state and local governments to deal with serious problems o 1917 the united states was dragged into ww1  Many soldiers were trained in the south  The government went in to military encampments and made sure they did not get malaria or hook worms  Rural sanitation  Southern support ,economic arguments  Framed as an economic issue  Generated support among the wealthy elite o Programs were created focusing on the health problems in the south that had emerged out of ww1 o The New Deal (1930)  Public works project  Drainage privies  Social security act 1935 o The depression created a circumstance that made the government expand its power and play a bigger role in public health o Malaria control in war areas  Created in 1942  Headquartered in Atlanta  Renamed CDC in 1946 o  Funding Government  Constitutional prohibition on income tax, barring extraordinary action by legislature  Constitutional prohibition on state wide property tax o State sales tax capped at 6.25%, localities may add an additional 2% o Additional Sources of Revenue  vehicles sales and rentals o Motor Fuel o Insurance Tax o Fees, fines  Approaches to Taxation o Progressive taxes those with higher incomes pay a higher percentage of their income on taxes o Regressive Taxes Those with lower income pay higher percentage of their income on particular taxes  United States Classical Liberalism  Texas: Emphasis on Individualism, self-reliance  Texas: Emphasis on resistance to federal mandates  Low Taxes, Low Services  The Great Recession o TARP: 700 billion o Intended to purchase troubled assets used to bailout financial institutions and auto makers o Low interest rates o The Stimulus: 787 billion in tax cuts extension of unemployed benefits, money for state and local governments to cover budget shortfalls, infrastructure o In 2009 Texas used stimulus money to fill a 3.3 billion gap in the budget o For the 2010-2011 budgets, Texas filled its budget gap with 6.4 billion in stimulus money o The state did not apply for some education grants that were part of the stimulus and it refunded 556 million in money for extending unemployment’s benefits  Education o Near bottom in spending per pupil o More than $3000 below national average around $66,000 o In 2011, the state legislature cut funding for schools by 5.3 billion


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