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Preliminary Analysis of Joint Tax Plan: Still a big tax cut at the top

As we wrote yesterday, the joint tax plan negotiated by leaders in the House, Senate and the Governor is a bad deal for North Carolinians.

Here is why:

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Comprehensive tax reform means addressing the problems with our tax code: that it is not aligned with the economy, that it is upside-down and unable to support the changing needs of our growing population and economy.  This tax plan makes these problems worse.

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