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    Notreadytobenice

    According to the NYTimes Report, Utah's aid to corporations costs approximately $74 per capita.

    Interestingly, Salt Lake County where most of the population resides, The mayor’s 2013 budget would have increased taxes on that home by $64.  

    Well, gee Mr. Mayor, why don't you askGoldman Sachs to chip in.

    Utah
    Utah spends at least $207 million per year on incentive

    programs, according to the most recent data available. That is roughly:

    $75 per capita
    4¢ per dollar of state budget

    Instead of this

    Utah Lawmakers Proposing Higher Food Tax

    End Corporate Welfare

    It makes my head explode.

    Thanks for the report, Meteor Blades

    It's difficult to be happy knowing so many suffer. We must unite.

    by War on Error on Mon Dec 03, 2012 at 03:26:35 PM PST

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