Another example of Corporate Welfare that Utah Republicans so desperately covet,
and the taxpayers are so eager to re-elect their oppressors for some illogical
Remember when we had a rainy day fund? It did seem to soften the blow of the
last recession. The economy is humming now. There must be some business majors
up on the hill. There is this thing called the business cycle. Trump or not,
the good times can't be counted on forever. I'm for saving some now,
then when the next big downturn comes the legislators won't be talking
about adding back sales taxes on food etc and maybe the state won't have to
lay off as many people.
And they will raise 'fees' so that the middle class can pay MORE for
these pretend 'fiscally conservative' self important...lets say
legislators, because we certainly can call them representatives.
Yep. Utah middle class (those that make less than 500K a year. Happy that
we're getting taxed to death while the folks that you vote for give your
tax dollars to their corporate donors? Keep voting Republican.
Is the purpose of this bill simply to decrease the education funding potential?
Remember, Utah law specifically earmarks income tax for the education of our
young people. Or is this a subtle effort to support the Our Schools Now
project by cutting education funding elsewhere in the budget?