Reports Using ITEP Data

Georgia Budget & Policy Institute: Income Tax Bill Offers Earned Income Tax Credit Upside, Flat Tax Downside

February 22, 2017

Members of the Georgia House are set to consider a large income tax proposal that contains a mix of positive reforms and measures that raise significant concerns. Some aspects of the bill offer benefits to working class Georgia families, while...

West Virginia Center on Budget & Policy: Income Tax Elimination is a Poor Growth Strategy

February 20, 2017

Unfazed by a $600 million looming budget deficit, plans by some lawmakers to reduce or eliminate West Virginia’s state income tax  — which would mostly benefit the wealthiest residents — and replace it with a sales tax hike are unlikely...

Maine Center for Economic Policy: Testimony in Opposition to Governor's Proposed Budget, Parts D, E, and F

February 17, 2017

These proposed tax changes would stand in the way of building thriving communities and a strong Maine economy. There is a direct correlation between state resources and the ability to be proactive in making the kind of investments that lay...

Open Sky Policy Institute: Income tax bills good for wealthy and non-residents

February 16, 2017

Forty percent of Nebraskans would see tax increases under LB 452 Low- and middle-income earners pay more of their incomes in sales taxes than income taxes. This is reflected in Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP) data that show...

Policy Matters Ohio: Kasich plan continues tax shift

February 14, 2017

Governor John Kasich’s new tax proposal would further reinforce the shift in Ohio’s state and local tax system in favor of affluent residents and against those with lower or middle incomes. Under the plan, Ohioans who made under $56,000 last...

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