On October 15, 2019, the D.C. Policy Center’s report, State of Business 2019: Building a Competitive City, was cited by the Washington Business Journal:
In D.C., the tax burden on businesses has long been a subject of consternation, playing a role in driving businesses to flee to the Northern Virginia suburbs in particular in recent years, according to a study the D.C. Policy Center recently conducted for the D.C. Chamber of Commerce. Indeed at a D.C. Chamber event, D.C. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson warned of increasing taxes in the future.
Read more: Here’s where D.C. — and a N. Va. city — rank among U.S. cities for tax rates, ease of doing business | Washington Business Journal
Related: State of Business 2019: Building a Competitive City | D.C. Policy Center