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    CBPP

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This week at CBPP, we focused primarily on health, food assistance, state budgets and taxes, and the economy.

  • On health, Laura Guerra-Cardus and Gideon Lukens emphasized the need for the last 11 states to...
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    CBPP

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This week at CBPP, we were excited to announce that Ai-jen Poo, President of the National Domestic Workers Alliance and Executive Director of Caring Across Generations, has joined our board of directors. We also...

States Should Protect or Raise Revenue as Uncertainty Looms

In many states policymakers are starting 2023 legislative sessions with calls to layer more tax cuts on top of wasteful ones already enacted over the past two years. But with state revenues slowing and a...
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    CBPP

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This week at CBPP, we focused on the federal budget and taxes, state taxes, food assistance, and the economy.

House Republican Rules Package Designed to Enable Skewed Priorities

The House Republican majority recently adopted a rules package to guide that chamber’s legislative action that would put up steep barriers to investments in critical national needs while paving the way for ever more tax cuts, inevitably tilted toward the wealthy and profitable corporations. That isn’t an agenda that will expand opportunity or support broadly shared economic growth.

SNAP Linked to Better Health Throughout Life and Lower Health Care Costs

SNAP is one of our most effective tools to reduce hunger and food insecurity, which occurs when a lack of resources causes household members to struggle to afford enough food for an active, healthy life...

Tax-Related Migration Is Grossly Exaggerated: a Research Preview

For those who do move, what attracts them to one state over another? For some it’s a job opportunity. For others it’s family, housing, or even better weather. One factor that comes up rarely, if ever, is taxes.

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    Vice President for Federal Tax Policy

House GOP’s First Bill: A Misleading Gambit to Protect Interests of Wealthy Tax Cheats

The debate should focus on one accurate and alarming number: the IRS has 2,284 fewer skilled auditors to handle the sophisticated returns of wealthy taxpayers than it did in 1954.
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    CBPP

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This week at CBPP, we focused on state budgets and taxes.

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    CBPP

In Case You Missed It...

This week at CBPP, we focused on the federal budget, health, food assistance, and the economy.