Dressed like a Raider (''... or I'd look like a used car salesman with long hair ...'') and waving a $10 bill, Paul Revere pays a delinquent Ada County property tax bill in January 1995. Revere demanded change for his $9.91 in property taxes and when the media had dutifully noted the payment, took back the $10, promising to turn in a check to cover the real bill — $533 — later in the afternoon.
Dressed like a Raider (''... or I'd look like a used car salesman with long hair ...'') and waving a $10 bill, Paul Revere pays a delinquent Ada County property tax bill in January 1995. Revere demanded change for his $9.91 in property taxes and when the media had dutifully noted the payment, took back the $10, promising to turn in a check to cover the real bill — $533 — later in the afternoon. kjones@idahostatesman.com
Dressed like a Raider (''... or I'd look like a used car salesman with long hair ...'') and waving a $10 bill, Paul Revere pays a delinquent Ada County property tax bill in January 1995. Revere demanded change for his $9.91 in property taxes and when the media had dutifully noted the payment, took back the $10, promising to turn in a check to cover the real bill — $533 — later in the afternoon. kjones@idahostatesman.com

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January 19, 1995 9:49 AM

This time, taxes no reason for Revere to start a revolution

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