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Sal Nuzzo, Vice President of Policy of The James Madison Institute, issued the following statement in response to the Florida Criminal Justice Reform Study released today by The Project on Accountable Justice.
On Oct. 31, The Hill ran “We must get SALT out of taxpayers' diets,” a terrific article by Sal Nuzzo and Jonathan Williams who write that SALT is “worth an estimated $1.3 trillion over the next decade” which could be “used to reduce tax rates for all individuals and business.” With the SALT deduction, efficient low-tax states are effectively subsidizing inefficient high-tax states.