“Voters want to see our state government make major investments…”

Ward 4 Chair Jonathan Cohn urges the business community to support tax reform.

In his January 25th Boston Globe opinion piece, Jonathan writes, “Voters were clear that the best way to boost Massachusetts’ economy isn’t cutting taxes for the ultrarich; rather, it’s raising them to invest in public goods that help all residents and businesses succeed, such as well-funded schools, better roads and bridges, affordable public colleges and universities, and reliable public transportation.

…Business lobbyists…clearly haven’t gotten the message. They continue to pay lip service to the need to solve those big problems while focusing their real energy on their latest effort to cut taxes for the wealthy.”

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