How net neutrality could impact taxes on wireless service

By   /  April 17, 2015  /  Taxes, Technology, Watchdog Arena  /  No Comments

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Even with lawsuits filed against the FCC’s net neutrality rules, wireless services across states and localities will remain free to levy their own fees.

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Shumlin losing base as union, socialists rally against ‘austerity’

By   /  April 13, 2015  /  Budget and Spending, News, Taxes, Vermont  /  No Comments

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Gov. Peter Shumlin was public enemy No.1 at Saturday’s “Fight Back” statehouse rally, which united unions and socialists in a call for higher taxes and an end to “austerity” in Vermont.

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Florida budget stand-off stalls cellphone tax cut

By   /  April 10, 2015  /  Florida, News, Politics, Taxes, Technology  /  No Comments

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A standoff over health care is stalling a potential $470 million cut to the communications tax in Florida.

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PA House Republican leader says property tax relief bill coming

By   /  April 9, 2015  /  News, Pennsylvania, State Budgets, State Government, Taxes  /  No Comments

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House Majority Leader Dave Reed, R-Indiana, said a property tax relief bill will include discussions about reductions and elimination.

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Richer or poorer? West has brighter economic horizon

By   /  April 8, 2015  /  California, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Montana, National, Nevada, New York, News, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Regulations, South Dakota, State Government, Taxes, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

SHINING CITY ON THE HILL: Utah and its capital, Salt Lake City, stand out as the nation's leader for business and growth. according to the American Legislative Exchange Council.

Salt Lake City and New York City are more than 2,173 miles apart, but they are polar extremes for economic growth, according to a national study released Wednesday.

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Ranked No. 40 in tax freedom, Virginia is for lovers – of taxes

By   /  April 6, 2015  /  News, State Government, Taxes, Virginia  /  No Comments

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Virginia politicians often tout the Old Dominion as a low-tax state, but Virginians have to work more days of the year for the government than people who live in neighboring, high-tax Washington, D.C.

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