Tax Foundation State Tax Policy Expert on CNN This Evening
March 2, 2009
Tonight, Tax Foundation Director of State Projects Joseph Henchman will be appearing on a segment about state tax increases on CNN’s Lou Dobbs Tonight. The show airs at 7PM Eastern/4PM Pacific, and repeats several times in the evening and next day.
Here are Tax Foundation reports relating to the subject:
- Should California Be Declared Bankrupt?
- Pennsylvania Considers Dropping Film Tax Credit; Nebraska Considers Adopting One
- New York’s Proposed $10 Fee to Pay Your Taxes
- California Tax Refunds Still Delayed
- Options for Pennsylvania Budget
- Coverage of Oregon Beer Tax Proposal
- More on California’s New Taxes
- California Approves Budget; Taxes Going Up
- Idaho Beer Tax Tripling Survives First Vote
- Oregon Legislator Proposes Raising Beer Tax 1800%
- Kansas Resolves Budget Impasse
- Paterson Gives Up on Soda Tax, But Idea Lives On
- California Budget Compromise Tax Changes
- More on California Budget Deal
- Kentucky House Approves Increase in Cigarette and Liquor Taxes
- Will the Last Investment Banker Left in Manhattan Please Turn Out the Lights?
- Cigarette Taxes: It’s All About the Revenue
- Tax Foundation Argues to California Court of Appeals: Charging Taxpayers for Tax Collection Is a Tax
- Bloomberg’s Budget for NYC: Sales Tax Higher, Income Tax Unchanged
- California Liquor Tax Increase Proposal May End “Two Buck Chuck”
- New York’s City Income Tax a Rarity
- 2009 State Sales, Gasoline, Cigarette, and Alcohol Tax Rates
- Cigarette Tax Map
- Paterson’s Nearly 100 Tax and Fee Increase Proposals a Mixed Bag
- Rental Car Tax an Unfair Way to Fund Tri-Rail
- Troubled Hoboken Faces 47 Percent Property Tax Hike
- Maryland’s Doubled Cigarette Tax Brings in Just 50% More Revenue
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