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Publications about measure 67

May 10, 2017BlogA gross receipts tax? Oregon already has one
February 15, 2017Blog Post13 ways to address Oregon's revenue shortfall
October 11, 2016Blog postAnswers to your questions on Measure 97
September 15, 2016Blog postThe Oregon Business Association’s tax flip-flop
May 20, 2015Fact SheetTax Facts That Matter: 2015 Edition
September 11, 2014Fact SheetCon-way: The Loophole Allowing Corporations to Avoid Oregon's Minimum Tax
August 20, 2014Blog PostErnst & Young finds Oregon has nation's lowest total effective business tax rate
April 11, 2014Fact SheetTax Facts That Matter: 2014 Edition
April 19, 2013Blog PostHey Governor and Oregon Business Association, Read the Paper!
October 9, 2012Blog PostWhat the State Entrepreneurship Index Says to Oregon Voters
July 25, 2012Blog PostOregon Ties for Nation's Lowest Business Taxes
June 8, 2012oregonlive.comOregon's Economy Grows....Income Inequality
May 31, 2012Willamette WeekA Smack in the Kicker
November 17, 2011Blog Post455 Million Reasons to Say "Thank You" to Voters
October 8, 2011The Statesman JournalMeasures 66, 67 averted deeper cuts in state
September 8, 2011Statesman JournalOregon experts offer economic advice
August 11, 2011News ReleaseCorporate-Funded Study Says Oregon Has Nation's Fifth Lowest Business Taxes
August 8, 2011KPOJNew study shows the rich aren't leaving Oregon because of higher taxes
August 4, 2011Blog PostSorry, Oregon Business Council and ECONorthwest, but the rich stay put despite tax increases
August 4, 2011News ReleaseRich Oregonians Stay Put After Tax Increases
May 24, 2011CenterPointsWill Lawmakers Prioritize Oregon’s Middle Class?
May 12, 2011Blog PostState Economic Report Undercuts Loophole Lobby’s Call for Special, Speculator Tax Cut
May 2, 2011KBOO RadioChuck Sheketoff on Oregon Budget
April 20, 2011Portland Business JournalTaxation group praises Oregon's 'effective business tax'
April 20, 2011News ReleaseCorporate Study Says Oregon Has the Second Lowest Tax Rate on New Investments
January 26, 2011The OregonianRespect Oregonians' historic "yes" vote
January 25, 2011CenterPointsRespect Oregonians' Historic "Yes" Vote
January 7, 2011Citizens For Tax Justice BlogMore on the Journal's Bogus Migration Story
July 12, 2010Fact SheetThe Swing of the Budget Ax
June 4, 2010The OregonianPerceptions and misperceptions about Oregon's business climate
April 23, 2010Portland Business JournalSpreading rumors about business relocation hurts state
April 6, 2010News ReleaseCorporate-Funded Study Says Oregon Business Taxes Are the Lowest and Deliver Biggest Bang for Buck
April 6, 2010The OregonianStudy lauds low Oregon business taxes, but the tax war continues
February 1, 2010CenterPointsA Revenue Reservoir to Achieve Fiscal Stability
January 28, 2010The NationTrue Populism
January 27, 2010New York TimesVoters in Oregon Approve Tax Increases
January 26, 2010News ReleaseOregonians Say “Yes” to an “Economy That Works for Everyone”
January 5, 2010CenterPointsRevitalizing Community, Revitalizing Our Economy
January 1, 2010ResourceMeasure 66 and 67 explained
November 24, 2009News ReleaseExperts Debunk Claim That Tax Measures Would Cost Jobs
November 23, 2009Blog PostThe Curious Math of Corporate Oregon
November 19, 2009News ReleaseThe Legislature Did the Right Thing
November 3, 2009News ReleaseOCPP Charts Simple Explanations of Measures 66 and 67
November 2, 2009CenterPointsThe Case for Progressive Taxation
November 2, 2009FlowchartWhich businesses will pay tax under Measure 67?
October 12, 2009Issue BriefA Step Toward Balance
October 12, 2009CenterPointsOregon Moves Closer to a Tax System Based on Ability to Pay
October 7, 2009News ReleaseOregon Economists Endorse Legislature’s Tax Measures
October 1, 2009CenterPointsMaking Money and Paying the Corporate Minimum Tax
September 25, 2009News ReleaseStatement by OCPP Executive Director Chuck Sheketoff on Likely Ballot Measures: Yes Means Yes, No Means Trouble
August 27, 2009News ReleaseLatest Revenue Forecast Shows That Even With Tax Increase, Corporations’ Share of Income Taxes Still Lags
August 4, 2009News ReleaseNew Poll Shows Most Oregonians Back Legislature’s Tax Measures


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