Massachusetts Rejects Income Tax Repeal

This could have been a huge deal had it passed. Massachusetts voted on a ballot measure to eliminate its state income tax. Massachusetts gets about 40% ...
by | November 4, 2008
 

This could have been a huge deal had it passed. Massachusetts voted on a ballot measure to eliminate its state income tax. Massachusetts gets about 40% of its revenue from the income tax, so obviously this would have been a shock to state government.

The Boston Globe reports that the measure has failed.

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