A tax cut benefits the payer of that tax.
People relying on the services provided by the tax feel the negative impact of the cut.
In Indiana, the first result routinely trumps the latter whenever a tax cut gets proposed. That priority has given the state its low-tax, business-friendly reputation and fits appropriately in America’s economic system. But who gets top consideration when a proposed tax cut simply shifts the burden for public services from one group of taxpayers to another?
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