The January 2005 issue of Budget & Tax News leads with a November election wrapup by Sandra Fabry of Americans for Tax Reform, who reports "taxpayers gained significant ground as tax hikes were defeated in referenda and more legislators committed themselves to refrain from imposing new taxes."
Page 1 of this issue also covers wireless phone taxes, a tax reform proposal in Utah, and the $388 billion omnibus spending bill passed by Congress on November 20.
Tom Finnigan of Citizens Against Government Waste explains why Pennsylvania Congressman John Peterson and groundhog Punxsutawney Phil were named CAGW's co-porkers of the month for December.
Also in this issue: competitive contracting, Congress and tax reform, economic freedom, the corporate income tax, interstate wine sales, the Internet tax moratorium, and tax/budget news from Illinois, Kansas, and Massachusetts.
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