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Jason Kander 9 Mar 16
When some of the biggest employers in MO fight against a discriminatory bill and passes it anyway, that's .
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Brian Kilmeade 26 Sep 18
Travis H. Brown, author of , joined me on to discuss the financial state of the states. Four out of the five states with the top taxpayer burden are blue. Are you surprised?
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Travis H. Brown 3 Feb 17
Looking forward to speaking at @FLGovScott 2017 Jobs Summit today
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Republican Lieutenant Governors Association 2 Aug 16
Lt. Gov : We need a tax code that encourages investment in our state, not discourages it.
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Triston Allen 6 Oct 18
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#Moleg Lol 5 Apr 16
Oh c'mon lil' - we're all waiting on that tweet!
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Collin Reischman 7 Jun 17
When your twitter game is 🔥🔥
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Sammy Panettiere 3 Aug 16
And got throttled in Kansas as well (and votes)
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Mark Jones 26 Aug 17
Need a capital gains tax cut and to crush the guilds.
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Sammy Panettiere 29 Apr 16
It's news like this that keeps up at night. It's
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How Money Walks 2 May 16
Getting into the ? Here are some best practices from
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Dave Helling 7 Jun 17
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Kansas GOP 19 Aug 16
AK's Mining jobs have fallen by 16% since Jan. '15. Turns out they rely heavily on oil and gas
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Bruce Feb 21
Replying to @scwynne
Because business is judged poorly in RI. Therefore businesses choose to go to other states and along with them are the revenues they create. So, people who choose to stay in RI get nickeled and dimed by taxes and fees
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Trent England Dec 19
A blue state with a red twist: the inability of leftists to impose an income tax in WA has limited bad fiscal policy while attracting refugees from CA and other higher taxed states.
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How Money Walks 19 Jan 18
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Sean Soendker Nicholson 3 Jan 18
“he didn’t want to Brownback things”
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AlanReynoldsEcon 3 Sep 17
Los Angeles County (CA) lost $44.07 billion in AGI. See who gained, who lost:
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Amy Volk 3 Oct 16
My prediction: passing Question 2 will result in a net loss of tax revenue within 5-10 years.
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M.C. Laubscher 19 Sep 16
Taxpayers are fleeing New York in droves
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