June 7, 2016

Tucson Weekly: Raising Taxes Is Front Page News (and It’s About Damn Time)

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“Anyone making $80,000 or less a year is paying two to three times the tax rate of Arizona’s one percenters. Wealthier people may pay a higher percentage in state income taxes, but they pay a far lower rate when it comes to other taxes, especially sales tax. According to the ITEP figures, people who make less than $22,000 pay a total of 12.5 percent of their income in state and local taxes, while people making over $400,000 only pay 4.6 percent.”

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