Oregon Voters to Decide Fate of Income Tax Increase, First Since 1982
- Why are YOU voting NO on Question 3? Sawtelle, Lisa; Stern, Donna; Coughlin, Karen; Kimball, Chris; Fitts, Jacqui; Hale, Tami // Massachusetts Nurse Advocate;OCt2010, Vol. 81 Issue 8, p5
The article presents the views of several registered nurses (RN), on why they don't want 50 percent cut in their state sales tax. According to the RN at Baystate Franklin Medical Center, Donna Stern, community hospitals already run on limited budget, cutting the revenue by 2.5 million dollars...
- An export sales company. Levine, Jerry // Spectrum: Journal of State Government;Summer92, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p30
Focuses on the export trade efforts of Oregon's Department of Economic Development. Business-government partnership; Qualifying the companies; Future plans.
- Regional strategies--building key industries 12 ways. // Oregon Business Magazine;Mar94, Vol. 17 Issue 3, Following p65
Focuses on Oregon's economic initiatives. Key industries; Regional strategies. INSET: Key industries shape a future..
- Oregon lottery working for Oregon: Lottery funds for economic development. Auyer, Za Dean // Economic Development Review;Fall95, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p22
Reports on the contributions of lotteries to economic development programs in Oregon. Community development supporting the state's gambling industry; Effectiveness of lottery money in funding economic development programs in the state; Projections of funds generated from gambling.
- Comment. // California Law Review;Jun48, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p281
Comments on various legal issues in the U.S. Common devices employed to separate voting power from the ownership of corporate shares; Significance of the statutory limitation upon the permissible duration of a voting agreement; Information on the joint income tax return provision under the...
- State House approves flat income tax bill. // Inside Tucson Business;3/18/2011, Vol. 20 Issue 43, p4
The article reports on the move of the state House of Representatives to approve the HB 2636, the flat income tax bill which will replace the income tax rates that range from 2.59 to 4.54 percent.
- Don't Californize Texas. LEE, DWIGHT R.; ALM, RICHARD // Regulation;Spring2013, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p6
The article explores how new residents of Texas coming from California could pose a long-term threat to Texas' winning formula of low taxes, mild regulation, and limited government spending. It alleges that the threat stems from the seldom-noted difference between voting with one's feet by...
- Mass. Panic Over Ballot? Kaske, Michelle // Bond Buyer;8/14/2008, Vol. 365 Issue 32940, p1
The article reports on the issue regarding a referendum which, if approved by voters in the November 2008 general election, could eliminate the income tax in Massachusetts. If the referendum will be passed and becomes a law, state legislators will have the opportunity to file a new legislation...
- Does trading votes in national elections change election outcomes? Daumann, Frank; Wassermann, Alfred // Public Choice;Jun2009, Vol. 139 Issue 3/4, p429
Although forbidden in democratic states a market for votes could improve efficiency. This paper examines the way trading votes will change the outcome of an election. A two-party model with two phases is presented. In the pre-trading phase the two parties set their agendas consisting of a direct...