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Topic - Mick Staton
State and U.S. flags at state facilities are at half-staff in honor of former Rep. Mick Staton.
Former U.S. Rep. Mick Staton died Monday, a West Virginia Republican Party official said. Staton was 74.
"The problem is once you impose the taxes they are imposed forever, and there is no specific list of projects that are going to be funded starting in 2008," he said.
"We don't believe it is constitutional to allow an unelected body to raise taxes on Northern Virginia citizens," said County Supervisor Mick Staton, a Republican.