Michigan’s Senate approved a bill yesterday to extend the state’s film tax credit program, which was limited and reduced in 2011 and set to expire in 2017. It’s now up to the House to decide whether to proceed. From...
- Video: Joseph Henchman on Punitive Taxes on Unpopular Gro...
Video: Joseph Henchman on Punitive Taxes on Unpopular Groups (CNN)
Director of State Projects Joseph Henchman, author of Tax Foundation Special Report No. 164, "State Budget Shortfalls Present a Tax Reform Opportunity," appeared on CNN's Lou Dobbs Tonight on Monday, March 2, to talk about the increasing trend of states using punitive taxes on politically unpopular behavior as a source of revenue.
NOTE: Massachusetts approved a sales tax holiday after press time, bringing the total number of states with a holiday this year to 17. ...
Hearing on Tobacco: Taxes Owed, Avoided, and Evaded
Before the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance
Chairman Wyden, Ranking Member Hatch, and members of the Committee:
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