Research & Commentary: New Hampshire’s Vanishing Tax Advantage
New Hampshire Gov. John Lynch (D) has proposed his fifth cigarette tax increase in five years.
No. 126 The State Public Pension Crisis: A 50-State Report Card
Taxpayers in almost every U.S. state owe large and possibly unpayable retirement pensions to the men and women who work for the government.
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Research & Commentary: Subsidizing Sports Stadiums
Since the 1990s, the building of new sports stadiums has increasingly relied on taxpayer funds, with subsidies growing from just a few million dollars in tax exemptions to unabashed corporate welfa
Research & Commentary: Universal Access and Service Funds Are Outdated, Costly
Federal and state universal access and service funds (UASFs) have become an ineffective and outdated use of taxpayer money.
Research & Commentary: Credit Union Member Business Lending
Access to credit is an essential component of a market system, and the tightening of credit markets in the course of the economic downturn has businesses and entrepreneurs struggling to sustain the
Research & Commentary: Gross Receipts Taxes New Mexico Update
Research & Commentary: Governor's Support for Tobacco Tax Makes No Fiscal Sense
Research & Commentary: What Effect Would a Tobacco Tax Hike Have on Utah?
Tobacco tax hikes like the one being discussed in Utah should be recognized for what they are: unstable and regressive tax increases targeting a minority of citizens, fueling unsustainable governme
Research & Commentary: Transaction Taxes
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