By Steve Ahlquist on February 17, 2017
The undersigned members of the Rhode Island Business Coalition wish to express our opposition to Article 20 (Relating to Minimum Wages) of the Governor’s FY 2018 budget proposal.
Posted in California, Class Warfare, Connecticut, Corporate Greed, Economics, Featured, Inequality, Maine, Massachusetts, Minimum Wage, New Hampshire, Poverty, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington | Tagged Ashley E Ranslow, Bill Vernon, Dale Venturini, East Providence Area Chamber of Commerce, Erin Donovan-Boyle, Grafton Wiley, Laura A McNamara, Marvin Abney, minimum wage, National Federation of Independent Business, New England, Newport County Chamber of Commerce, Ralph Coppola, Rhode Island Business Coalition, Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training, Rhode Island Hospitality Association, Rhode Island Lumber and Building Materials Dealers Association, Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council, Rhode Island Small Business Economic Summit, Rhode Island Society of Certified Public Accountants, RI DLT, RI House Finance Committee, RIPEC, Robert A. Mancini, Robert Shea, SBANE, Smaller Business Association of New England | 1 Response
By Steve Ahlquist on January 18, 2017
It’s important to realize that the estate tax is literally a tax on dead millionaires… and money is presumably meaningless to them unless they are trying to get into Christian Heaven, where Jesus will tell them they can’t. (Matthew 19:24)
Posted in Activism, Business, Civil Rights, Class Warfare, Corporate Greed, Economics, Featured, Inequality, News, Poverty, State House, Taxes | Tagged Bill Felkner, Bill Vernon, Deborah Ruggiero, donald trump, earned income tax credit, Economic Progress Institute, EITC, Estate Tax, General Assembly, Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce, jan malik, Jason Knight, Jesus Christ, John Hazen White Jr, Kate Brewster, Katie Davis, Laurie White, National Federation of Small Businesses, Nicholas Mattiello, patricia morgan, Providence Chamber of Commerce, R Kelly Sheridan, Ray Gallison, Robert Craven, Taco Inc | 2 Responses