Tax Reform

Erica York: Redskins Camp is a Bad Deal for RVA Taxpayers

As the Washington Redskins “broke training camp” at their state-of-the art facility, the city of Richmond is going broke paying for it all.This year marks the fifth season the football team trained in Richmond. In 2012, city officials lured the Redskins — the fifth-most valuable NFL franchise worth $2.95 billion — to move their training facility. The deal has not paid off for the taxpayers of Richmond. What should have been a privately funded project is costing millions of tax dollars from the hardworking residents of Richmond.

Read the article from Erica York in full at the Richmond Times-Dispatch

In Depth: Tax Reform

Mainstream economists, small business owners and taxpayers across the country understand that growth-oriented reforms mean increased opportunity for all. As demonstrated by the annual Rich States, Poor States: ALEC-Laffer State Economic Competitiveness Index, sound tax and fiscal policies are critical to economic health, allowing businesses and households to flourish. A…

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