House Republicans To Release Tax-Cutting Budget Proposal Countering Biden’s Spending Plan

As President Joe Biden Promotes An Additional $4 Trillion In Federal Spending, House Republicans Are Releasing An Alternative Plan That They Claim Would Lower Taxes, Cut Spending And Balance The Budget Within Five Years.

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Gas And Other Consumer Prices Spike In 2021 First Quarter

The Bureau Of Labor Statistics Released Data Tuesday Showing A Sharp Increase In Consumer Prices, Especially Gasoline, As Many Americans Struggle To Make Ends Meet. Critics Of President Biden’s Policies Say More Price Increases Likely To Come.

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Biden Administration Eyes Three To Four Trillion Dollar Spending Plan

Critics Say The Increase In Spending Is Unsustainable. They Point Out That Deficit Spending Creates Tax Liability, Which Means Every Dollar Spent Over Budget Requires A Tax Increase On Americans In The Future.

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Tennessee Bill Seeks Increased Accountability For Local Governments Considering Tax Hikes

House Bill 1315 Directs Tennessee’s Advisory Commission On Intergovernmental Relations To Conduct A Study On The Use Of A Voter Referendum To Approve Significant Tax Increases.

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Biden Plans First Major U.S. Tax Increase In Decades

President Joe Biden Is Planning The First Major Federal Tax Hike In Nearly 30 Years. Biden Has Not Released The Full Tax Plan, But Sources Say Proposed Changes Would Raise Taxes, Including The Corporate Tax Rate, To Help Fund An Anticipated Several Trillion Dollars In Additional Federal Spending.

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Taxes Increased On The Wealthy In Many Blue States By Federal Tax Overhaul

New Federal Government Data Reveals The 2017 Tax Cuts And Jobs Act, With The Aim Of Being A Handout To Wealthy Corporations, Turned Out To Be More Progressive In Practice While The Federal Tax Reform, Supported By Trump, Decreased Tax Burdens On The Middle Class.

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Beacon Center Calls Out TN Government For Chronic Misuse Of Taxpayer Dollars

The 2020 report outlines solutions to many problems facing our state such as corporate welfare, business tax burdens, rising taxes, the misuse of taxpayer dollars, excessive government growth, and lack of data available to the public regarding government spending.

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