Email participation is for updates on the project, and does not mean you have formally joined the class action lawsuit. Once the suit is formulated, you will be invited to join via an email notification, but those who simply want to monitor the case do not need to join the suit.
Welcome to Hoodwinked, and thank-you for delving into the many U.S. Constitutional protections prohibiting home taxation.
As you will find, the U.S. Constitution was never amended to subordinate property, permitting open-ended taxation of private homes and vehicles by municipalities. Instead, the Constitution’s Origination, Equal Protection, Property Taking, Contract, Due Process & Direct Taxation clauses specifically protect property from taxation.
Funding for State-mandated programs - like Free K-to-12 and Code Administration - must originate solely through legislatively-raised taxes, not by taxing private homes via town budget votes,. This is spelled out in the U.S. Constitution’s Tax Origination clause.
Legislative scrutiny remains the key for keeping taxation at bay. Yet in modern times, with State legislatures ignored via municipal voting, unchecked home taxation and unequal treatment under the law have become the norms at both household-to-household, and municipality-to-municipality levels in every State.
As envisioned, to replace home taxation with State funded income & sales tax sources, town mayors need to invite the Department of Justice to defend their residents through a Federal class action suit brought against the respective State authorities.
Stay tuned for updates as the project takes shape.