Blue states join red states on tax reform

State Rep. Ken Wyler (R-NH), chairman of ALEC’s Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force, said he believes the report is useful “because people can track changes that states are making” and the results they are getting. “My state of New Hampshire has stood still and we’ve gotten worse in the rankings because other states are doing positive changes.”


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