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Publications by date about: Kicker

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
April 5, 2006Issue BriefOregon Stuck in Doonesbury
March 28, 2006Issue BriefIncome Tax Kickers Disproportionately Benefit Multistate Corporations and Wealthy Oregonians
September 1, 2005News ReleaseStatement by Charles Sheketoff on the $101 Million – 36% – Corporate Tax Cut
August 10, 2005News ReleaseOregon Corporations Quietly Receive 23 Percent Reduction in 2005 Taxes
September 1, 2004CenterPointsPermission Granted: Take the High Road
August 31, 2004News ReleaseOregon's Business Lobby Challenged to "Invest In Oregon"
April 22, 2004Issue BriefIf It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It
March 16, 2004Fact SheetPopulation Plus Inflation Spending Limit Would Cripple State-funded Services
August 1, 2003CenterPointsRoller Coasters in the Dark: A raging economy won't save public services
November 1, 2002CenterPointsThe Stability Drug
December 12, 2001Issue BriefEconomic stimulus in a time of recession: What will work and not work
December 4, 2001Op-edKicker Dreams
December 1, 2001CenterPointsDemand Statesmanship
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