Reports Using ITEP Data

Policy Matters Ohio: Cuts and Breaks

July 2, 2014

Most of the $400 million-plus in tax cuts for Fiscal Year 2015 will go the affluent. The Mid-Biennium Review also continues with an unfortunate Ohio tradition of permitting or enlarging tax benefits to special, narrow groups of taxpayers. Read the...

Iowa Policy Project: Immigrants in Iowa

July 2, 2014

Undocumented immigrants pay an estimated $64 million in state and local taxes, according to a new Iowa Policy Project report. The authors suggest immigration reform that expands work authorization or access to citizenship would increase the already significant contribution to...

Georgia Budget & Policy Institute: Georgia Lawmakers Still Flirting With Dangerous Tax Shift Ideas

June 27, 2014

Georgia continues to wrestle with the fallout of relying on a revenue system that can’t raise enough money to meet the needs of a modern, growing state. Hospitals are closing, traffic is gridlocked and local school districts are cutting calendar...

New Jersey Policy Perspective: Highest-Income New Jerseyans Would Still Pay Lowest Share of Income to Taxes After Proposed Changes

June 25, 2014

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Center on Wage and Employment Dynamics: Ten Dollars or Thirteen Dollars?

June 15, 2014

In this report we compare the effects of $10 (AB10) and $13 (SB935) minimum wage levels in California. We show that AB10 restores some of the ground lost by low-paid workers in recent years, but it maintains the inflation-adjusted minimum...

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