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Published: Wednesday, May 15 2013 3:30 p.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

I don't see how a tax credit will increase the wages of low income earners but it will give rise to increased property taxes without representation. In fact it would remove home property taxes as a tax and make it a fee based home expense that can not be used to reduce tax deduction from incomes. This idea is to change remove tax from the language of the laws to servitude and community services fees.

Utah is after every dirty trick in the devils advocate guide to raise revenue without calling it a tax.

If the state wished to increase home sales then they need to increase wages in income of citizens who pay the taxes so they can buy a surplus home.

Poverty it the opposite of prosperity and Utah politicians thrives on poverty to control and control the masses. Poverty deprives the economy of growth and prosperity, Utah has to decide what kind of economy they want, free market and high paying or power and oppression?

With federal funding dried up, the state has over extended itself on fraudulent expansion on federal funding.

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