By 50-27% margin, Florida voters prefer national flat tax to progressive income tax
A recent Florida poll by 7NEWS/Suffolk University (PDF) asked this question: ”Would you prefer a flat tax for all taxpayers to pay which would replace the current progressive federal tax code?” Fifty percent said “yes,” only 27% said “no,” and 23% were undecided. Romney was leading Obama 47-42% in the poll.
Did 2010 create change in Kansas’ elected Republicans? – Column from “The Monitor”
The following is my article in The Monitor. The Monitor is the re-branded name for The Citizen, and it’s the Kansas City Metro’s premier center-right print and online publication. Make sure and bookmark KCMonitor.com for regular updates on news from Kansas, Missouri, and the Kansas City area. Click here to learn where to find one of the 200 locations distributing this free print newspaper. This article is re-published with permission. | Read More »
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