Arizona is one of three states — Maine and South Dakota are the others — that will ask voters in November to approve a minimum-wage increase.
In this episode of The Heartland Institute’s weekly Budget & Tax News podcast, managing editor and research fellow Jesse Hathaway is joined by Cascade Policy Institute founder and senior policy analyst Steve Buckstein, to talk about Initiative Proposal 28 (IP 28), a ballot question being placed before Oregon voters in November.
The much-needed Yucca Mountain site will not come online while Harry Reid remains Senate Majority Leader.
Gov. Pat Quinn’s “millionaire tax” question, the most recent nonbinding vote added to the bloated November ballot, is not only a misguided effort to draw his base to the polls with blatant class warfare but incredibly poor public policy. Like all “soak the rich” tax schemes, the imposition of increased taxes on high-income earners will discourage new capital and entrepreneurs from entering the state.