Reports Using ITEP Data

Idaho Center for Fiscal Policy: A Complex End-of Session Proposal: Notes on House Bill 311

March 27, 2015

A new proposal in the Idaho Legislature would dramatically shift the way taxes are collected and generate a new revenue source for roads and bridges. The proposal has several components which in combination mean that taxpayers across the bottom 80%...

Kentucky Center for Economic Policy: Inaction on Gas Tax Will Drop Rate to Historically Low Levels

March 26, 2015

Good roads are critical to public safety and to Kentucky’s economy, especially in a state so dependent on manufacturing and distribution industries. Funding from the gas tax and other sources also supports over 40,000 jobs. It’s important that the General...

Mississippi Economic Policy Center: All Roads Lead to Nowhere

March 25, 2015

Big tax cuts that largely benefit corporations and wealthy Mississippians are unaffordable and will erode our ability to support schools, universities, roads and bridges and public safety. Big tax cuts will undermine our future by making it harder for the...

Public Assets Institute: Vermont Has the Capacity to Avoid 2016 Budget Cuts

March 24, 2015

Vermont’s income tax is among the lowest in the country: 2.7 percent of the state’s total personal income. Eliminating tax breaks and lowering income tax rates would balance the fiscal 2016 budget without cuts and still leave Vermont’s effective income...

Connecticut Voices for Children: Funding Our Future: Child and Family Friendly Revenue Options

March 18, 2015

An analysis by the Institute of Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP) of Washington, D.C. found that adjusting top rates to the levels in the table below would impact only two percent of state taxpayers, generate $300 million in state revenue,...

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