Economic & Tax Policy

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    Steve Naumovski

    State Representative,
    STERLING HEIGHTS, Michigan

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    The federal government should be reduced to the minimum level necessary: by eliminating agencies and programs that give rise to waste and corruption, less money will be taken from us and the more prosperous the economy will become for all. Abolish the current tax system and replace it with a national sales tax or flat tax which will be more equitable.

    Lisa Lane Gioia

    U.S. Representative,
    Michigan

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    With the already burdensome tax system on residents of the 7th district, it is essential to look for ways to do things without adding to the tax burden to the residents. We must be creative in finding funding sources and look to cut wasteful programs/spending.

    Gary Tompkins

    County Commissioner,
    Homer, Michigan

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    Theresa Tillett

    State Senator,
    Windsor, Connecticut

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    Steven G Bailey

    U.S. Representative,
    St. Louis, Missouri

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    To support all three levels of government- Federal, State and Local- we must pay taxes. However it is the job of Council Members to ensure that the taxes are used in the best possible manner to service the public. The local government should be able to self finance all projects without bonds, increases in taxes or borrowing money over time. A government that can do as such is financially stable.

    John Moore

    Village Council,
    South Lebanon, Ohio

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