Washington, D.C. Is Planning an Unnecessary and Harmful Wealth Tax | Citizens Against Government Waste

August 25, 2021
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On August 25, 2021, the D.C. Policy Center’s article, The long view for the District’s budget: What is awaiting the District in Fiscal Year 2022 and beyond, was quoted by Citizens Against Government Waste:

Both policy analysts on the right and left agree that the city has enough money and will continue to have enough money, and politicians should take note of their analyses.  The Tax Foundation states that tax revenue growth in D.C. is expected to be around 3.5 percent each year for another four years, and according to the D.C. Policy Center, the city received $2.8 billion in funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) and argued that D.C. should “hold off on tax increases on its residents and businesses in this budget cycle.”

Read more: Washington, D.C. Is Planning an Unnecessary and Harmful Wealth Tax | Citizens Against Government Waste
Related: The long view for the District’s budget: What is awaiting the District in Fiscal Year 2022 and beyond | D.C. Policy Center

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