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The Fight Goes On

The Fight Goes On

November 30, 2016  |   Posted by :   |   Homepage Feature   |   0 Comment»

Comcast fights more than $147 million Oregon tax bill, extending seven-year dispute —Oregon Live Comcast has extended a seven-year tax fight worth as much as $120 million to Oregon schools and local governments, asking the state's tax court to reduce its ...

Economic Development Decisions since 2003

Economic Development Decisions since 2003

October 12, 2016  |   Posted by :   |   Homepage Feature   |   0 Comment»

It would be valuable to determine the total cost of Oregon’s “budget” for economic development, through both tax code and program expenditures. We have not attempted that. This list identifies tax code expenditures and programs added since 2003 and decisions made ...

We read the bills and follow the money

We read the bills and follow the money

February 18, 2016  |   Posted by :   |   Homepage Feature   |   0 Comment»

What is Tax Fairness up to in Salem? In the short 2016 session the TFO steering committee screened the more than 250 bills and studied deeply where we felt necessary. There were 19 tax break bills, plus another handful that would ...

2016 Legislation Session in Review

2016 Legislation Session in Review

February 18, 2016  |   Posted by :   |   Homepage Feature   |   0 Comment»

Tax Fairness Oregon’s notable wins in the short session included these: We were given credit for saving the state $150 million over the next 8 years by helping kill a tax credit to farm, forest, fishery and food processing owners for ...

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February 17, 2016  |   Posted by :   |   Homepage Feature   |   0 Comment»

Please join us in fighting for fair tax policies that produce enough revenue to adequately fund the services our state needs. As a member Tax Fairness Oregon, you will receive occasional alerts about our ...

Reducing Corporate Influence on Politics and Tax Policy

Reducing Corporate Influence on Politics and Tax Policy

January 12, 2013  |   Posted by :   |   Homepage Feature   |   0 Comment»

We joined the movement to amend the U.S. constitution to clearly establish that: Corporations are not human citizens and therefore do not have constitutional rights Money is property, not a form of free speech Facilitate fairness by limiting political campaign spending and its ...