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Kris Coffield: Close tax loopholes to feed state budget



Senior Landecker Fellow Kris Coffield wrote an opinion piece in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser on tax fairness.

“We cannot build a prosperous future on the bedrock of budget cuts,” Kris emphasized in his article, noting that in Hawai’i, “less than 1 in 1,000 estates have been taxed at the federal level since Trump’s tax cuts went into effect.”

Click on the image to read the opinion piece in full.

Summarizing his thoughts, Kris wrote that “legislators should create the funding necessary to sustain essential programs for future generations, rather than slashing services to benefit the financially privileged.”