Proposed Tax Cuts Would Provide Few Benefits for Taxpayers in Kentucky

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The Special Investigations Division of the House Committee on Government Reform analyzed the impact a tax cut proposed by House Republicans would have on the taxpayers in Kentucky. The proposed $725 billion tax cut eliminates taxes on corporate dividends. The report finds that the tax cuts are heavily skewed towards wealthy taxpayers and would provide no benefits to the taxpayers of Kentucky.
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