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Hawai’i Public Radio: Town Square: Debt and Taxes

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Taxation in our state always elicits strong reactions from residents and lawmakers, but what makes sense now with downward revisions in revenue and in likely a few years, a negative change in the economy? How do we plan to meet the state’s needs with fairness to the ones who’ll foot the bill? With Hawaii’s cost of living and many families and low-income individuals living paycheck to paycheck can policies be restructured to provide fairness to all. Today on Town Square, debt and taxes.

Moderator:  Beth-Ann Kozlovich, Hawaii Public Radio

Panelists:

  • Nicole Woo, Senior Policy Analyst, Hawaii Appleseed Center for Law and Economic Justice
  • Randy Moore, Retired Businessman and Vice Chair, University of Hawaii Board of Regents
  • Tom Yamachika, President, Tax Foundation of Hawaii

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