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The “Cliff” on the Great Plains of Nebraska

December 20, 2012

Nebraska Watchdog has compiled a concise and thorough review of what the “fiscal cliff” means for Nebraskans.

As noted in the article, the Heritage Foundation reported Nebraskans may see an average tax increase of $2,452.  The Tax Foundation, “says Nebraska would have the eight-lowest increase in the average family’s taxes from 2011 to 2013, at $3,289”.

If our increase is the eighth lowest, think how bad the cliff will be in 42 other states.

Keep the pressure on our lawmakers in Washington D.C. to find a solution that does not include tax hikes on anyone and has much needed spending cuts.  This is for the prosperity of Nebraska, for the prosperity of our country.

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