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|Thursday, May 21, 2009|
For the next six weeks, the Legislature will tangle over who should be taxed and who shouldn't in order to balance the budget.
Lost in the tax wrangle going on now in Salem is a startling fact: Lawmakers give away more in tax breaks than all the governments in the state collect. Here’s an explanation from the Legislative Revenue Office’s 2009 Tax Expenditure Report:
Read the full story at Willamette Week.
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