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Why High Taxes Don’t Bring in More Revenue

2019-10-03 12:07
In This episode of Crossroads we speak with Jonathan Williams, vice president and chief economist of ALEC, about his research on state taxes. He explains why high taxes tend to generate less state income, and why low taxes tend to create more tax revenue. More information: alec.org richstatespoorstates.org Hosted by @JoshJPhilipp