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Arizona’s Prop 208 Hailed as an Example of How State Tax Policy Can Address Economic and Race Equity

Arizona’s voter-approved Prop 208, which assesses a 3.5% surcharge on the top 1% of Arizona earners, is featured in a recent report by the Institute of Taxation and Economic Progress as an example of how tax policy can be used as part of the solution to correcting economic and race inequity in states. Read about how Prop 208 fits into the ten reforms recommended for narrowing racial gaps in income and wealth in “State Income Taxes and Racial Equity: Narrowing Racial Income and Wealth Gaps with State Personal Income Tax”

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