Last month, we looked at how the major NYC mayoral candidates differ on the issues. Here are the things even non-New Yorkers should care about.
How the D.C. government and investors are using tax liens to make money while forcing hundreds from their homes.
Let's say we got rid of every tax advantage churches currently enjoy. The revenue implications would be pretty huge.
The NY police commissioner ignores the copious evidence that his signature crime prevention measure doesn't work at all.
Usually it's worth tuning out when New Yorkers talk about New York stuff as though it's the only place on earth. But this year's mayor's race could really matter.
Oklahoma is only the latest state to consider funding its government solely through sales, excise, and property taxes. Who does that help and who does it hurt?