Issues - State Tax

State budgets are the primary source of funding for our K-12 education system, public higher education, health care, and human services. State governments collect revenue from various sources and through various taxes, and each state creates its own processes and policies for raising and distributing revenue.






3 Principles for a Better Tax System

September 10, 2013 — ts
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At the most basic level, taxes exist to fund the government. Decisions about how much revenue we should raise from federal taxes and from what sources we should raise it are incredibly important. The influence of federal tax policy ripples throughout the entire economy and affects funding at all levels of government.

Experience Raise the Roots!

June 26, 2013 — Maz
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Raise the Roots keeps getting better, and 2013 was our biggest conference yet! Our partners gathered in Boston to learn different ways arts, culture and technology can shape and enhance their efforts to build grassroots power for sensible and necessary tax policy reforms in their states.

Experience Raise the Roots!

June 26, 2013 — Maz

Putting Reel Economy to Work

June 20, 2013 — Guest Blogger
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What is "Reel Economy"? Learn more about an emerging partnership between UFE's Tax Fairness Organizing Collaborative and Working Films in which we connect our grassroots partners with documentary films that can bolster their efforts to build political power for policies that benefit all people in their states.

TFOC Annual Conference-2013

March 13, 2013 — Michael Young
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Mark your calendars! The Tax Fairness Organizing Collaborative is excited to announce that our annual conference for 2013, will be taking place in Boston on June 4th, 5th and 6th.

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