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Bill: Income Tax Bracket Realignment Act of 2430


Submitted by[?]: Moderate Libertarian Party (NoCoalition)

Status[?]: passed

Votes: This bill proposes to change income taxes. It requires more than half of the legislature to vote yes. This bill will pass as soon as the required yes votes are in, or will be defeated if unsufficient votes are reached on the deadline.

Voting deadline: September 2430


The Moderate Libertarian Party propose to adjust the government's income tax policy to better address the economic situation of the Democratic Republic of Aloria. This will bring the flat income tax brackets into line with national needs.



These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date05:04:30, July 17, 2007 CET
FromIndustrialist Party of Aloria
ToDebating the Income Tax Bracket Realignment Act of 2430
MessageWe see no reason not to support this.

Date16:35:42, July 17, 2007 CET
FromDemocratic Rationalists (PrCoa)
ToDebating the Income Tax Bracket Realignment Act of 2430
MessageCP, we respectfully disagree. The governing coalition's tax policy is fully regressive. MLP/CP are shifting tax burdens from corporations individuals; and raising taxes on the poorest individuals. DR votes no on this measure.

Date18:00:11, July 17, 2007 CET
FromIndustrialist Party of Aloria
ToDebating the Income Tax Bracket Realignment Act of 2430
MessageBefore the big tax decrease we had th lowest income tax bracket at four percent. Besides, this does nothing except eliminate a tax bracket for easier manageability.

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