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“Since some are able to use tax loopholes to avoid tax and others do not make enough yet are taxed, we should eliminate the income tax, replace it with an increased sales tax of all goods except food, clothing under $50, and shelter. Everything else would be taxed at a higher rate. The thinking is that people with more disposable income would buy more things than others, thus paying more tax; and those with less disposable income would buy less taxed goods to preserve their funds. This would also deter mass consumption and production, which is not a sustainable practice, in addition to equaling the tax between the haves and have-nots.”

From a Green in Potwin, KS
In reponse to: Would you favor removing the state income tax and replacing it with a higher sales tax?

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