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NTU Applauds ALEC’s Rich States, Poor States Study

by Clark Packard / /

This week, National Taxpayers Union's (NTU) friends at the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) released the 9th edition of their Rich States, Poor States study.
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NTU Weighs in on Missouri Prepaid Wireless Taxes

by Clark Packard / /

HB 1814 would make some sensible changes to help protect taxpayers, but we believe that additional provisions could be fashioned to improve the state's telecommunications tax climate.
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Philadelphia Considering Taxing Soda to Increase Education Spending?

by Clark Packard / /

Philadelphia's new mayor, Jim Kenney, has proposed a tax of 3 cents per ounce of sugary drinks – soda, iced tea, etc. – levied on distributors to raise an estimated $400 million over the next five years.
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NTU Applauds Tax Foundation’s Tax Freedom Day 2016 Report

by Clark Packard / /

Earlier this week, National Taxpayers Union's (NTU) friends at the Tax Foundation released their annual Tax Freedom Day 2016 Report.
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Pennsylvania Finally Has a Balanced Budget That Doesn’t Raise Taxes

by Clark Packard / /

Earlier today, Governor Wolf relented on his insistence that the lawmakers increase taxes on hardworking Keystone Staters to pay for more government spending
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Lapses at the CDC Demonstrate Need for Additional Congressional Oversight

by Clark Packard / /

National Taxpayers Union (NTU) has released an issue brief highlighting recent troubles at the agency.
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Hoosier Taxpayers Score Significant Victory

by Clark Packard / /

Earlier this week, the Indiana Legislature passed an $800 million road funding bill that does not raise gasoline or cigarette taxes.
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NTU Urges South Carolina House to Pass Roads Bill

by Clark Packard / /

Earlier this week, the South Carolina Senate passed an amended version of H.3579, a transportation reform bill, after extensive debate.
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NTU Joins Coalition Calling on Wisconsin to Eliminate Unfair Sales Act

by Clark Packard / /

We write to you today to encourage a public hearing be held on SB371/AB452, the legislation that would repeal the state's Unfair Sales Act / Minimum Markup.
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NTU Urges Granite State Lawmakers to Reject Government Broadband Expansion

by Clark Packard / /

I strongly encourage you to reject HB 1180 by voting to adopt the Municipal and County Government Committee's report of "Inexpedient to legislate."
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