Constitutional Amendment to Cap State Income Tax Rate at 5.5%

This bill would place on the November, 2018 ballot a vote to change the state constitution’s current cap on the income tax rate of 10% down to 5.5%. The current flat personal income tax rate is 5.499% and the corporate income tax rate is 3%. Civitas Action believes in strongly protecting North Carolina taxpayers against future legislatures’ desire to raise taxes to fuel their spending habits. The conservative vote is yes. Senate: 3R, RCS #20 (36-13)

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Harry Brown
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Phil Berger
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Jerry W. Tillman
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Andrew Brock
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Louis Pate
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Don Davis
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Floyd McKissick
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Rick Gunn
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Kathy Harrington
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Norman W. Sanderson
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Dan Blue
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Shirley B. Randleman
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Bill Rabon
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Brent Jackson
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Wesley Meredith
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Gladys A. Robinson
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Trudy Wade
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Tommy Tucker
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Warren Daniel
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Ralph Hise
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Jim Davis
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Bill Cook
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Ronald J. Rabin
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Tamara Barringer
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Chad Barefoot
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Mike Woodard
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Joel D.M. Ford
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Jeff Tarte
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David L. Curtis
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Ben Clark
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Angela Bryant
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Jeff Jackson
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Valerie Foushee
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Terry Van Duyn
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Joyce Krawiec
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Andy Wells
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Erica Smith-Ingram
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John Alexander
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Joyce Waddell
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Michael Lee
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Paul Lowe
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Tom McInnis
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Deanna Ballard
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Jay Chaudhuri
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Rick Horner
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Danny Earl Britt
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Cathy Dunn
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Paul Newton
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Dan Bishop
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Chuck Edwards
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