REPRESENTATIVE KNUTE BUEHLER SAYS KICKER MONEY BELONGS TO THE TAXPAYERS
Salem, Ore. – The Oregon revenue forecast was released today and showed that there will be a $349 million individual income tax kicker. Representative Knute Buehler released the following statement in response:
“These tax refunds are the people’s money not the politicians’. Every dime should be returned for Oregonians to save, invest or spend. This money belongs to the hard working Oregonians who are driving our economic growth.”
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