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Opinion | How Virginia’s Elections Came Down to the Wire

A closer look at the results in close races shows a very competitive GOP. Source link

Opinion | The Return of Taxachusetts

After a huge income-tax increase, the state now wants a tax of up to 2% on high-end home sales. Source link

Opinion | A Two-Faced Tax at the Supreme Court

When is an income tax not an income tax? In Washington state, the answer is whenever Democrats pretend it’s something else. To get around restrictions in the state...

Opinion | Taking Back a Michigan Tax Cut

Taxpayers are suing to preserve a reduced levy on income that Gov. Whitmer is trying to kill. Source link

Opinion | Tony Evers’s Tax Veto Is a Gift to Illinois

Wisconsin’s Governor nixes a tax cut that would have helped most taxpayers. Source link

Opinion | Washington State Imitates California

The Evergreen State now has the country’s highest gasoline prices, and Seattle may tax capital gains. Source link

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