Voters Support Fair Tax Reform But Oppose Excise Tax Hike, CTJ Poll Finds

1986-04-02

Embargoed; Collection of articles regarding Citizens for Tax Justice (CTJ) study on tax reform. Finds broad support for closing corporate loopholes and much opposition to raising excise taxes. Points out importance of the fact that people are willing to vote against legislators based solely on their position on taxes. Includes CTJ media and sign up card. Lists organizations that belong to CTJ.

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Community Health Program records
Subjects
Fisher, Bruce
Packwood, Robert
McINtyre, Robert
Rostenowski, Dan
Reagan, Ronald
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Citizens for Tax Justice (CTJ)
Fingerhut Granados Opinion Research Company
AFL-CIO
American Federationa of Government Employees (AFGE)
American Federaltion of State, County, and Municipal Employees
American Federation of eachers
Arkansas ACORN
Bakery, Confectionary and Tobacco Workers (BC&T)
Building and Construction Trades Dept, AFL-CIO
California Tax Reform Association
Communications Workers of America
Congress Watch
Conference on Alternative State and Local Policies
Consumer Gederation of America
Illinois Public Action Council
Industrial Union Dept, AFL-CIO
International Association of Machinists
International Union of Operating Engineers
International Union, UAW
League of Women Voters
Massachusetts Fair Share
Missouri Coalition for Tax Reform
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
National Council of Senior Citizens
New Jersey Citizen Action
New York Publc Interest Research Group
Office for Church in Society, United Church of Christ
Ohio Public Interest Cmpaign
Pennsylvanians for Fair Taxes
Punlic Employee Department, AFL-CIO
Service Employees International Union
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