Watch Frank Morse Expose the Flaws in Corporate Minimum Tax

Senator Frank Morse (R-Albany/Corvallis) is credited with stopping a proposed tax increase on Oregon businesses in recent weeks. Morse’s testimony before the House Committee on Revenue marked a turning point in the proposal’s history.

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  • Keen Observer

    Smoke & Mirrors!
    Didn’t Frank vote for the theft of the corporate kicker?

  • iop

    It is amazing how such bad policy goes unnoticed. Coutn ourselves fortunate that some are watching the process, but regret that not enough are.

  • Well Done

    Nice work, Senator Morse! You are an example of what it means to be a state senator.

  • Sassy

    I really like the approach of respect, and that which was afforded the Senator in return.

    Great example of how to communicate and get others to listen.

    Thank you for posting this video.

  • Caper

    What needs to be understood, is that this tax almost sped through the building. They wanted the committee to vote on it before anyone had a chance to read it.

  • Sassy

    I am glad it didn’t speed through the building, and those involved made a difference! Must continue.

  • Anon

    It’s too bad that Wayne Scott and the House Republican leadership ever proposed this crazy corporate minimum tax increase in the first place!

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