This week's Monday Map is actually a Tuesday map - it's a day late. It shows the growth of property tax collections from 1999 to 2009 (the latest 10-year period for which data is available.) Wyoming leads the country with a 65% increase in property tax collections (real dollars per capita); Washington State is at the other end with a 6% decrease over the same period.
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