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Publications by date about: Kicker

June 14, 2011ReportThe Four Flaws of a Capital Gains Income Tax Cut
April 29, 2011CenterPointsTrade the Kicker for a Boot That Stomps on the Middle Class? No Thanks
August 26, 2010News ReleaseProfitable Corporations Don't Need Oregon's Charity, So Stop the Kicker Spending
February 8, 2010News ReleaseCorporate Kicker Rears Its Ugly Head
February 1, 2010CenterPointsA Revenue Reservoir to Achieve Fiscal Stability
January 26, 2010News ReleaseOregonians Say “Yes” to an “Economy That Works for Everyone”
September 4, 2009ReportLabor Day Woes and Wishes
September 4, 2009News ReleaseReport Highlights "Woes and Wishes" for Workers This Labor Day
August 6, 2009Eugene WeeklyDemystifying Oregon's High Jobless Rank
December 16, 2008ReportRolling Up Our Sleeves: Building an Oregon that Works for Working Families
November 19, 2008News ReleaseGovernor and Legislature Should Solve Revenue Shortfalls With Revenue Solutions Oregon December Revenue Forecast
December 7, 2007News ReleaseKicker sends message: “We don’t have the political will”
October 26, 2007Issue BriefThe 2007 Kicker: Wrongheaded, Unjust, Costly, and a Federal Tax Increase
October 18, 2007News ReleaseOregon is Poorly Prepared to Weather a Recession
October 18, 2007ReportIt Better Only Drizzle
June 19, 2007CenterPointsA Ladder to the Moon
May 30, 2007CenterPointsOregonians Are Hostage to the Fractions Faction
October 28, 2006CenterPointsIt Will Be A Great Day
June 1, 2006News ReleaseStatement by Charles Sheketoff on the $1.1 Billion Kicker Projection
April 14, 2006ReportThe Great Corporate Tax Shift Undercutting Oregon's Economy and Quality of Life
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