Statements about Taxes
The federal health care law raises taxes and cuts Medicare.
Terry McAuliffe "wants to raise your taxes $1,700 to pay for his infinite promises."
Ken Cuccinelli would "take money away from public schools to fund private schools."
Wendy Davis is "threatening to raise taxes up to $35 billion."
"Property taxes have increased 20 percent under four years of Chris Christie."
Says Damascus’ disincorporation would produce "NO significant tax savings."
Says Jeanne Shaheen "got behind the idea of using the IRS to target American citizens for their political views."
A $10 million fire fee proposal in St. Petersburg was "inspired" by Gov. Rick Scott.
Chris Christie "has not increased the taxes on anyone."
Says Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke "has proven on the Madison Board of Education" that she supports raising taxes and spending.
Any state tax law has to start in the House and the renewal of the state hospital bed tax this year started in the Senate, which is unconstitutional.
"This year, the federal government will have more revenue than any year in the history of our country."
Under Cuccinelli’s tax cut plan, "school divisions across Virginia could be forced to fire over 8,000 teachers."
"One out of four corporations doesn't pay a nickel in (federal income) taxes."
"In fiscal year 2011-2012, 4,191 abortions were paid for by taxpayers via the Oregon Health Plan."
"Minnesota is kicking butt relative to Wisconsin on everything from employment and job creation to school test scores, educated work force and a host of other factors and rankings"
"The amount of interest" paid on the federal debt exceeds "total tax revenue."
"The Kenosha casino would be one of the state’s largest employers and pay more to the state than any other company or Tribe – essentially, it would be Wisconsin’s biggest taxpayer."
Says U.S. Rep. Tom Price is sending letters both supporting and opposing the "small-business killing Internet Tax Mandate."
"We cut business taxes so today 70 percent of our businesses don't pay a business tax."
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