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Original Intent of the Central Government's Power of Taxation, by David Welty

Due to the great feedback we received after our last meeting we have invited back David Welty to expound on the Founders' Original Intent, this time for a presentation and discussion regarding the central government's power to tax and spend revenues.  Why did the Founders decide to give the central government a power of taxation?  How much (or rather, how little) spending power did they grant to the central government?

David Welty serves as Senior Counsel in Linde Group's legal department.  Areas of practice include:  primary legal counsel for Linde's healthcare operations, and acquisition and divestiture work in North and South America.

Throughout his 38 years of practice, David havs actively engaged in the instruction of attorneys and other professionals, including three years as a CLU instructor of taxation; six years instructing in the Certified Financial Planner program; presenter at various Bar Association seminars; instructor for numerous seminars presented by both Lorman Education Services and National Business Institute, primarily on the subjects of business acquisitions and estate planning; and instructor of adult education at Lakeland Community College on the meaning of the U.S. Constitution, based upon a book that he self-published titled “Unfaithful Guardians.”

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  • Greg G.

    Strained my back. Can't make it.

    August 7, 2013

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