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Study Says Massachusetts Surtax Proposal Could Reduce Taxable Income in the State by Over $2 Billion

June 17, 2021/by Editorial Staff

This Is No Time for a Tax Increase

June 9, 2021/by Editorial Staff

Study: Massachusetts Should Retain Additional Healthcare System Flexibility Granted During Pandemic

June 3, 2021/by Editorial Staff

Study Finds Deep Flaws in Advocates’ Claims that the Massachusetts Tax Code is Regressive

June 1, 2021/by Editorial Staff

Open Letter: Extend the Term of the MBTA’s Fiscal and Management Control Board

May 26, 2021/by Editorial Staff

Study Calls for Better Reporting on Impact of COVID-19 in Eldercare Facilities

May 12, 2021/by Editorial Staff

Study Says Interstate Tax Competition, Relocation Subsidies Exacerbate Telecommuting Trends

May 5, 2021/by Editorial Staff

7 Reasons to Reject the Graduated Tax and Instead Focus on Growing Jobs

April 28, 2021/by Editorial Staff

Study Warns Massachusetts Tax Proposal Would Deter Investment, Stifling the “Innovation Economy”

April 26, 2021/by Editorial Staff

Study Shows the Adverse Effects of Graduated Income Tax Proposal on Small Businesses

April 20, 2021/by Editorial Staff

Poll Finds Mixed Views About Schools’ Pandemic Performance

April 12, 2021/by Editorial Staff

Study: Systemic Failure in IDEA Implementation for Private School Students with Disabilities in Additional States

April 8, 2021/by Editorial Staff

Study: Graduated Income Tax Proposal Fails to Protect Taxpayers from Bracket Creep

April 7, 2021/by Editorial Staff

New Analysis: ICER Framework Ignores Patient Preferences, Innovation & Societal Benefits in Evaluating Cost-Effectiveness of New Cancer Treatments

April 6, 2021/by Editorial Staff

Pioneer Institute, The Immigrant Learning Center Co-Produce New Weekly Podcast

April 1, 2021/by Editorial Staff

New Study Warns Graduated Income Tax Will Harm Many Massachusetts Retirees

April 1, 2021/by Editorial Staff

Study: Graduated Income Tax Proponents Rely on Analyses That Exclude the Vast Majority Of “Millionaires” to Argue Their Case

March 25, 2021/by Editorial Staff

Report Contrasts State Government and Private Sector Employment Changes During Pandemic

March 15, 2021/by Editorial Staff

Study Finds Massachusetts Graduated Income Tax May Be a “Blank Check” and Not Increase Funding for Designated Priorities

March 10, 2021/by Editorial Staff

Report: Proposed Graduated Income Tax Might Not Increase State Education and Transportation Spending

March 2, 2021/by Editorial Staff

Key Madison Park Program Lags Other State Voc-Techs, but Shows Signs of Improvement

March 1, 2021/by Editorial Staff