Details on Friday's conference in Augusta, during which the preliminary results
Details on Friday's conference in Augusta, during which the preliminary results of the Maine Chamber and Business Alliance's $1.5 million study of Maine's tax system were discussed. Gov. King reiterated his support for the study, while Maine Senate President Jeffrey Butland insisted that a study isn't necessary to determine that Mainers are overtaxed. Daphne Kenyon of Smith College said that the data show that, on a per capita basis, Maine's taxes are almost exactly at the national average.
Conferences, Maine Chamber and Business Alliance, Taxation
Rooks, Douglas, "Details on Friday's conference in Augusta, during which the preliminary results" (1995). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 1403.
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