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Badly Run Democratic State and Local Governments Need To Pay Their Fair Share

SALT which stands for State And Local Taxes when discussing the US tax code and laws.
You will learn more about this issue by reviewing the quizlet survey, this will be a future key political talking point.

POINT:
 Whether the rest of the States in the United States Union should have to pay for the other badly run states.

What states do not have individual income tax?
Alaska, Florida and Texas. Nevada, South Dakota, Washington and Wyoming levy neither individual nor corporate income taxes.
So why should these well run states have to pay more federal taxes!
They do not have the state and local tax deduction of the other badly run states like California, New York or New Jersey.
These laws are unfair to the residents of these states.

When the badly run states spend uncontrollably, it requires the better run states to compensate at the federal level.
Now in theory this is a good thing to help prosper all areas of the Union.
Yet, when you look at the continued failing policies of these substantial states within the Union.
It only makes SENSE that the other better run states should have an option on their continued bail outs of these policies.

America has seem to become some kind of continued bail out for the single and few who scream loudest.
Instead we should be looking out for mass public good as a whole, not these splinter groups that cause harm to our Republic.

Should badly run Democratic State and local governments pay there fair share?

10 WORST RUN STATES IN THE UNITED STATES

#41: Oregon (Democratic control in legislature and governor’s office)
#42: Maine (Democratic have split control of the legislature)
#43: Hawaii (Democratic control in the legislature and governor’s office)
#44: Illinois (Democratic control in the legislature)
#45: Minnesota (Democratic control in the governor’s office)
#46: Connecticut (Democratic control in the legislature and governor’s office)
#47: California (Democratic control in the legislature and governor’s office)
#48: New Jersey (Democratic control in the legislature)
#49: Vermont (Democratic control in the legislature)
#50: New York (Democratic control in the legislature and governor’s office)

Comparison of a no income tax state like Texas with the worst four states in the United States.

 

United States Political map

  Democratic (15)   Republican (34)   Independent (1)

State Party Inauguration End of Term
Alabama Republican April 10, 2017 2019
Alaska Independent December 1, 2014 2018
Arizona Republican January 5, 2015 2019
Arkansas Republican January 13, 2015 2019
California Democratic January 3, 2011 2019 (term limits)
Colorado Democratic January 11, 2011 2019 (term limits)
Connecticut Democratic January 5, 2011 2019 (retiring)
Delaware Democratic January 17, 2017 2021
Florida Republican January 4, 2011 2019 (term limits)
Georgia Republican January 10, 2011 2019 (term limits)
Hawaii Democratic December 1, 2014 2018
Idaho Republican January 1, 2007 2019 (retiring)
Illinois Republican January 12, 2015 2019
Indiana Republican January 9, 2017 2021
Iowa Republican May 24, 2017 2019
Kansas Republican January 10, 2011 2019 (term limits)
Kentucky Republican December 8, 2015 2019
Louisiana Democratic January 11, 2016 2020
Maine Republican January 5, 2011 2019 (term limits)
Maryland Republican January 21, 2015 2019
Massachusetts Republican January 8, 2015 2019
Michigan Republican January 1, 2011 2019 (term limits)
Minnesota Democratic January 3, 2011 2019 (retiring)
Mississippi Republican January 10, 2012 2020 (term limits)
Missouri Republican January 9, 2017 2021
Montana Democratic January 7, 2013 2021 (term limits)
Nebraska Republican January 8, 2015 2019
Nevada Republican January 3, 2011 2019 (term limits)
New Hampshire Republican January 5, 2017 2019
New Jersey Republican January 19, 2010 2018 (term limits)
New Mexico Republican January 1, 2011 2019 (term limits)
New York Democratic January 1, 2011 2018[1]
North Carolina Democratic January 1, 2017 2021
North Dakota Republican December 15, 2016 2020
Ohio Republican January 10, 2011 2019 (term limits)
Oklahoma Republican January 10, 2011 2019 (term limits)
Oregon Democratic February 18, 2015 2019
Pennsylvania Democratic January 20, 2015 2019
Rhode Island Democratic January 6, 2015 2019
South Carolina Republican January 24, 2017 2019
South Dakota Republican January 8, 2011 2019 (term limits)
Tennessee Republican January 15, 2011 2019 (term limits)
Texas Republican January 20, 2015 2019
Utah Republican August 11, 2009 2021
Vermont Republican January 5, 2017 2019
Virginia Democratic January 11, 2014 2018 (term limits)
Washington Democratic January 16, 2013 2021
West Virginia Republican January 16, 2017 2021
Wisconsin Republican January 3, 2011 2019
Wyoming Republican January 3, 2011 2019 (term limits)

 

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