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Nancy Farmer on Tax Reform


Tax cuts for our working families

Nancy believes in tax cuts for our working families. She also believes that when we cut taxes, we need to cut spending. Nancy will take to Washington the same fiscal responsibility she's practiced in the Treasurer's Office.
Source: Campaign website nancyfarmerforussenate.com, "Issues" Aug 13, 2004

Make middle-class tax cuts permanent

Nancy has a record of passing fair tax cuts that give real relief to Missouri families. As Chair of the Ways and Means Committee in the state legislature, she led the fight to repeal the state sales tax on groceries - one of the largest and fairest tax cuts in Missouri history. Nancy's priority is to bring fair tax policies to Washington. In the Senate, Nancy will fight to repeal excessive tax giveaways for the wealthiest Americans - and she'll work to make tax cuts for the middle class permanent.
Source: Campaign website, nancyfarmerforussenate.com, "Issues" Jul 21, 2004

Opposes flat-tax structure and majority vote on taxes

Q: Do you support a flat tax structure for state income taxes?
A: No.

Q: Do you support the recent amendment to the Constitution of Missouri that requires all major tax increases be submitted to a vote of the people?
A: No.

Source: Missouri State Legislative NPAT Jul 2, 1996

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