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The Groups Behind The Failed Measure 97 Have An Insatiable Appetite For Your Money. They’re Not Only Pushing A New Tax On Sales, But They Also Want To Change Our State’s Constitution To Make It Easier For Politicians In Salem To Raise Taxes. You Can’t Make This Up.

The groups behind the failed Measure 97 have an insatiable appetite for your money. They’re not only pushing a new tax on sales, but they also want to change our state’s constitution to make it easier for politicians in Salem to raise taxes. You can’t make this up.

Oregon teachers union files multi-billion dollar corporate tax initiative   The Oregonian/OregonLive, June 1, 2017 SALEM – One of Oregon's largest public employee unions is once again asking voters to raise corporate taxes, less than a year after they rejected…

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It’s Tax Time In Salem!

It’s Tax Time in Salem!

Oregon House Democrats take run at tax-increase plan. They would levy a 0.95 percent tax on businesses’ Oregon-based sales over $5 million   Saul Hubbard, The Register-Guard, May 4, 2017 SALEM — House Democrats on Thursday unveiled their proposal for…

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Instead Of Reducing Spending On Public Employee Pensions And Implementing A Hiring Freeze, Legislators Propose Drastic Cuts To Spending For Children, Veterans, The Poor And Elderly. They’re Trying To Bully Us Into A Massive Hidden Sales Tax On Everything We Buy.

Instead of reducing spending on public employee pensions and implementing a hiring freeze, legislators propose drastic cuts to spending for children, veterans, the poor and elderly. They’re trying to bully us into a massive hidden sales tax on everything we buy.

In bid for new taxes, Democrats paint grim future for Oregon.   SALEM – A new list of possible cuts to state agencies that paints a dark future for Oregonians was the talk of the capitol Tuesday. To fill the…

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Senator Hass Doesn’t Want Taxpayers To “interfere With Our Government Or Our Political Process.”  So It’s Free Speech When You Support A Tax Increase And Interference When You Oppose One.

Senator Hass doesn’t want taxpayers to “interfere with our government or our political process.” So it’s free speech when you support a tax increase and interference when you oppose one.

Sen. Mark Hass blasts corporate tax attack ads as ‘amateur,’ ‘lazy’   Ads from a new business group calling itself Priority Oregon are undermining lawmakers' efforts to garner business support for a new type of tax on corporations, Senate Revenue…

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