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Publications about tax impact on jobs

October 7, 2014Blog PostMove for $40?
December 9, 2013Blog PostOregon Got Nothing from Kitzhaber-Intel Deal
October 30, 2013Blog PostGrand Bargain Tax Games Begin
September 25, 2013Issue BriefA Grandly Flawed Bargain
April 30, 2013Blog PostThe Misguided “Small Business Tax Cut”
April 19, 2013Blog PostHey Governor and Oregon Business Association, Read the Paper!
October 5, 2012Blog PostTax Déjà vu All Over Again
October 5, 2012The OregonianTax cuts for the rich grow income inequality, not the economy
July 25, 2012Blog PostOregon Ties for Nation's Lowest Business Taxes
December 28, 2011KPOJ2012 brings minimum wage increase in Oregon, but also tax cut for the wealthy
October 8, 2011The Statesman JournalMeasures 66, 67 averted deeper cuts in state
November 24, 2009News ReleaseExperts Debunk Claim That Tax Measures Would Cost Jobs
June 18, 2004News ReleaseNew National Jobs Numbers Show Oregon Growing Faster Than Other States, But Tens of Thousands of Jobs Are Still Missing from Bush Tax Cut Promises
March 23, 2004News ReleaseState Tax Breaks Don’t Create Jobs
March 10, 2004Issue BriefOregon Not Alone
February 15, 2004News ReleaseOCPP Welcomes Bush Economic Tour to Oregon
December 21, 2003ReportPreventing Self-Inflicted Wounds
December 21, 2003News ReleaseTwo New Reports Heat Up Debate on Measure 30
August 21, 2003News ReleaseSenators Urged to Reject Business Tax Bill
June 1, 2003CenterPointsThe Big Disconnect
June 12, 2001ReportNew Data Show that House Bill 2281 Single Sales Factor is No “Field of Dreams” for Economic Growth
June 1, 2001ReportHouse Bill 2281B and the Single Sales Factor: An Expensive, Ineffective, and Unnecessary Effort to Change the Business Climate
June 1, 2001News ReleaseReport Shows Tax Bill Squanders Revenue and Will Not Improve the Economy

 

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