The numbers add up - but taxes are complicated
Says that "the state spends more money on tax giveaways than it receives in tax collection."
— PolitiFact Oregon
They're right, though most growth comes without a vote
Says "while state leaders have cut funding for our schools and other basic priorities, the amount of money the state is projected to give away through tax breaks increased by a whopping $3.4 billion."
Sure, but we'll make up for it next year
Says "we’re losing one voter every 13 minutes."
In this case, it takes three to tango
(Dennis) Richardson wants to make drastic cuts to services we depend on: schools, home care for seniors, even public safety -- all so Richardson can keep more than $440 million in unspent funds for his political priorities."
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