Reports Using ITEP Data

Maine Center for Economic Policy: Moving Maine Students to the Head of the Class

September 19, 2016

"This November, Maine voters will consider a ballot initiative (Question 2) that rolls back recent tax breaks for the wealthy and dedicates this revenue toward additional state level resources for schools. The Maine Center for Economic Policy (MECEP) examined the...

West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy: Modernizing West Virginia's Marijuana Laws

August 18, 2016

"Over the last two decades, states across the country have modernized their marijuana laws to reflect the growing evidence that doing so will help reduce criminal justice costs, help treat some medical conditions, and boost tax revenues and their state’s...

Michigan League for Public Policy: Review tax expenditures to help fix Michigan's broken revenue stream

May 17, 2016

"Michigan has a budget problem, and simply put, there just isn’t enough money to go around. Michigan has experienced crisis after crisis—the Great Recession, nearly record-high unemployment, municipal financial emergencies, the city of Detroit’s bankruptcy, the Flint water crisis and...

West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy: New Revenues to Balance the Budget Don't Have to be Regressive

May 16, 2016

"Last week, Governor Tomblin finally issued the call for the legislature to come back into a special session to balance the FY 2017 budget. The special session will begin today, May 16th, and the governor will once again submit a...

Oklahoma Policy Institute: New bill would devastate a key tax credit for Oklahoma working families

May 12, 2016

"Yesterday, a letter signed by more than 150 Oklahoma clergy was delivered to lawmakers and Governor Fallin, urging them not to slash key tax credits for working families to fix the state’s revenue problems. They were joined by numerous non-profit...

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