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State Net Capitol Journal – April 14, 2014; Maryland Comes Up Short on ‘House of Cards’ Tax Breaks
Posted on 14 Apr 2014 by State Net

Budget & Taxes MD COMES UP SHORT ON 'HOUSE OF CARDS' TAX BREAKS: The charm of Kevin Spacey, the star of Netflix's hit original series "House of Cards," evidently wasn't enough to sway Maryland's General Assembly to... Read More

State Net Capitol Journal – October 13, 2014; Switch To 401k-Style Retirement Plan Could Cost NJ Billions
Posted on 13 Oct 2014 by State Net

Budget & Taxes SWITCH TO 401K-STYLE RETIREMENT PLAN COULD COST NJ BILLIONS: States across the country have been shifting new public employees from defined-benefit pension plans to 401k-style plans in an effort to get a grip on their ballooning... Read More

State Net Capitol Journal – October 12, 2015; Utah’s Gas Tax Hike Strategy
Posted on 12 Oct 2015 by State Net

Budget & Taxes UT’s Gas Tax Hike Strategy Nearly every state in the nation is struggling to maintain its aging transportation system. But Utah is one of just seven states (the others are Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and... Read More

State Net Capitol Journal – August 17, 2015; States Back Tax Breaks for Military Vets
Posted on 17 Aug 2015 by State Net

Budget & Taxes States Back Tax Breaks for Military Vets Despite facing a budget shortfall this year, Maryland doubled its income tax exemption for military retirement pay to $10,000. And a budget hole forced Connecticut to raise taxes on its... Read More

State Net Capitol Journal – November 23, 2015; Trouble with Tax Cut ‘Triggers”
Posted on 23 Nov 2015 by State Net

Budget & Taxes Trouble With Tax Cut ‘Triggers” In January, nearly every Oklahoma taxpayer earning more than $9,000 a year will receive a break on their state income taxes, thanks to a tax cut “trigger” the state instituted... Read More