OREGON HOUSE REPUBLICAN OFFICE
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Salem, Ore. – House Republicans today reminded Oregonians that less than one year ago, House Democrats voted to increase taxes on small businesses by repealing the provisions of tax policy that the special session bill expands car game. Republicans expressed concern that even if Governor Brown’s special session bill is signed into law, Democrats may attempt to repeal it in a future session Download terraria map.
“First they voted to increase taxes on small businesses, now they claim they want to lower them,” said House Republican Leader Mike McLane (R-Powell Butte) 설국열차 자막. “What is going to stop them from coming back in the 2019 legislative and repealing the work we are doing here today? I have little faith that Democrats’ campaign-year token to small businesses will last beyond the next election.”
Even before the special session began today, House Democrats had expressed resistance to Governor Brown’s special session bill aka.
“I’m not willing to vote for this when you’re adding more people to a poorly designed tax credit without any sunset to evaluate it…,” said Rep 바울영화 다운로드. Alyssa Keny-Guyer (D-Portland) in an interview with OPB earlier this month 나침반 다운로드.
Rep. Rob Nosse (D-Portland) added: “I think it’s a hard vote for Democrats no matter what, right?”
“This is not one we should have on our books,” said state Rep 가요 리믹스 다운로드. Phil Barnhart (D-Eugene), according to OPB. “There’s no value in this tax break.”
In response to a question from House GOP Leader Mike McLane regarding the prospect of the repeal of HB 4031 in 2019, Governor Brown declined to take a firm position Download notepad for free.
“In terms of repealing, I’d want to see further analysis,” the Governor said during an interim hearing on HB 4031 last week 도시바 노트북 드라이버.
HB 4031 is scheduled for a vote in the Oregon House this afternoon.