Senator Ted Ferrioli and other members of the Republican caucus recently proposed a comprehensive tax relief and economic stimulus package. The package is designed to create jobs, give working families relief from unfair tax rates and demand more accountability from government. The proposal would give the average Oregon family an extra $408 every year and create 19,951 jobs.
You can see Ferrioli announcing the concept here:
The Oregonian mentions it here:
Senate Minority Leader Ted Ferrioli, R-John Day, said the Legislature should cut some state income tax rates as a way to stimulate the economy.
Ferrioli said his “working family tax cut” would give the average Oregon family an extra $408 every year. The money to pay for the tax cut could come from suspending the raises and making a 5 percent across-the-board reduction in state agency spending.