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Thanks, but I’m not planning to move to Idaho

Guest post by Matt Loschen, EOI Board member I’ve worked hard and been incredibly lucky, and ended up somewhat wealthy. Not “Warhols on my wall” wealthy, but certainly well off enough to be very comfortable and free. To put it

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Posted in An Inclusive Economy, Column

Keep the jet in the hangar: Study shows rich stay put in high-tax states

A recent study titled “The Impact of Taxes on Migration in New England” says that employment, family and education are the three primary reasons people (wealthy or not) move from one state to another. Taxes have little – if anything

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Posted in An Inclusive Economy

Fact sheet: Public employee compensation

Fact sheet: Public employee compensation

March 2, 2011

Public employee benefits are on the chopping block across the country as state and local governments look for ways to reduce spending. Public revenues remain low due to the lingering effects of the recession and the longer term trend shifting

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Posted in An Inclusive Economy, Funding Public Services

Setting Priorities in Washington: Raising revenue to invest in our future

Setting Priorities in Washington: Raising revenue to invest in our future

January 14, 2011

Continued state budget cuts are dragging down Washington’s economy, undermining opportunity for our children, and threatening the health of our most vulnerable citizens. We can choose a better path that builds a stronger future for our state. Over the past

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Posted in An Inclusive Economy, Progressive Tax Reform
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