National Tax Limitation Committee President To Address Local Republicans
Lew Uhler, the President of the National Tax Limitation Committee will be speaking to the California Republican Assembly unit of El Dorado County at 7:00 p.m. on Monday March 4 at Denney’s Restaurant by Placerville Drive and Fair Lane in Placerville. Fresh from congressional lobbying efforts in Washington D.C., Mr. Uhler will discuss the Federal Budget Sequester and fiscal policy impacts.
Considered one of the most influential taxpayer watchdog organizations, the National Tax Limitation Committee, or NTLC, was organized in 1975 by Mr. Uhler and other concerned taxpayers to provide national leadership to achieve the optimal size and functions of government and promote candidates and initiatives that support the goals of limited government, lower tax rates and reduced government spending. NTLC also works towards changing the role of government towards promoting equality of opportunity rather than equality of outcomes.
Prior to his work with NTLC, Mr. Uhler served in the administration of Governor Ronald Regan as State Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity and later as the Assistant Secretary of the Health & Welfare Agency in addition to serving on the California Law Revision Commission and chairing the Governor’s Tax Reduction Task Force. Mr. Uhler co-authored California’s Proposition 140 term-limit law and has authored numerous books and articles on government, taxes, and fiscal policy.
Founded in 1934, the California Republican Assembly, or CRA, is our State’s oldest and largest grassroots Republican organization with over 100 local units throughout California. The El Dorado County CRA meets and enjoys speakers on important issues and current affairs at 6:30 P.M. on the first Monday of each month at the Denney’s Restaurant by Placerville Drive and Fair Lane in Placerville.