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Tax Plans Would Hurt Working Oregon Families
Salem, OR—Governor Kate Brown today called on Congress to vote against tax plans currently before the House and Senate. In a letter addressed to Oregon's congressional delegation, Governor Brown also detailed how the proposed plans would directly hurt working Oregon families and stated the following:

"I am gravely concerned that political hastiness is being prized over a deliberative and collaborative process... It is clear that Oregon stands to directly be negatively impacted if Congress approves these tax plans. Any tax reform plan should instead be creating opportunities for working Oregonians, and not just for the wealthy and well-connected. It is imperative to me as Governor of our state that I point out the areas in the plans that are potentially harmful to Oregon and conflict with the values of Oregonians."

GOVERNOR BROWN'S LETTER ON GOP TAX PLANS

Attachments

Chris Pair
503-378-5040
chris.pair@oregon.gov
Bryan Hockaday
503-580-7836
bryan.hockaday@oregon.gov
Categories:
Improving Government
Taxes
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