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Taxpayer Protection Initiative remains hot-button issue as November election nears

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Dave Maurer, CEO of the Prescott Chamber of Commerce, right, listens to John Danforth, middle, and Brad DeVries, members of the Taxpayer Protection Committee, argue for Proposition 401 during the Citizens Water Advocacy Group's debate on the pros and cons of the Taxpayer Protection Initiative Saturday morning in Prescott.

Matt Hinshaw/The Daily Courier<p> Dave Maurer, CEO of the Prescott Chamber of Commerce, right, listens to John Danforth, middle, and Brad DeVries, members of the Taxpayer Protection Committee, argue for Proposition 401 during the Citizens Water Advocacy Group's debate on the pros and cons of the Taxpayer Protection Initiative Saturday morning in Prescott.