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Taxes (political concept)

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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:

Financing your Ed., 2005 June

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Identifier: U109.04.0015.0033

IRS Documents, 2000-2003

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Identifier: B353.02.0001.0010

Legislative Letters - HB 1198 -Tax on Campers on Trucks, 1967 May

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Identifier: M066.04.0006.0058
Scope and Contents From the Series: Public relations includes gubernatorial appointments and correspondence. One sub-section of the series contains copies of speeches made by Love, and another contains correspondence written on various legislative matters.

Legislative Letters - HB1514 - Ton Mile Tax (on agriculture delivery), 1967 April

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Identifier: M066.04.0006.0064
Scope and Contents From the Series: Public relations includes gubernatorial appointments and correspondence. One sub-section of the series contains copies of speeches made by Love, and another contains correspondence written on various legislative matters.

Legislative Letters - Inventory Tax Bill, 1967 April

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Identifier: M066.04.0006.0057
Scope and Contents From the Series: Public relations includes gubernatorial appointments and correspondence. One sub-section of the series contains copies of speeches made by Love, and another contains correspondence written on various legislative matters.

Politics - Campaign 1962 - Issues - Taxes, 1962

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Identifier: M066.03.0004.0005
Scope and Contents From the Series: Correspondence, publicity brochures, newspaper clippings, and general documentation of Love's gubernatorial campaigns. Included in this series are correspondence and materials related to other campaigns and party activities, notably correspondence relating to the 1964 presidential nomination and election, which saw the Republicans split in their support for Barry Goldwater.

Report from Washington. Bread tax, 1965 August 5

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Identifier: M085.10.0198.00101
Overview Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) delivers his weekly radio address, Report from Washington, on Aug. 4, 1965. Sen. Dominick discusses topics including the benefits of tax reduction, and speaks against the tax increases proposed by the Johnson administration, particularly agricultural and food taxes and the so-called Bread Tax. He criticizes the impact of rising food prices, and the disproportionate cost to the poor when paying taxes on basic foodstuffs.

Report from Washington. Ribicoff-Dominick tuition tax credit proposal, 1966 March 18

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Identifier: M085.10.0194.00010
Overview Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) delivers his weekly radio address, Report from Washington, on March 18, 1966. Sen. Dominick discusses the impact of inflation on consumer prices, especially the rising cost of higher education. He announces the defeat of a plan that he co-sponsored with Senator Abraham Ribicoff (D-Conn.), the Ribicoff-Dominick Tuition Tax Credit Proposal. Dominick says this proposal would have established tax credits for individuals as well as provided incentives for...

Report from Washington. Tele excise tax, 1965 April 8

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Identifier: M085.10.0198.00043
Overview Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) delivers his weekly radio address, Report from Washington, on Apr. 7, 1965. Sen. Dominick discusses the bill he has introduced to gradually eliminate the excise tax on telephone service. He reviews the history of the tax, the fact that all other taxes on utility services imposed during wartime have been eliminated, and points out that this tax cut would be of great assistance to low and middle income subscribers.

Report from Washington. Tuition tax exemptions, 1965 July 30

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Identifier: M085.10.0198.00105
Overview Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) delivers his weekly radio address, Report from Washington, on June 30, 1965. Sen. Dominick discusses the tuition tax credit plan that he introduced with Sen. Abraham Ribicoff (D-Conn.), saying that it would provide educational opportunities for children from lower and middle class families who would not otherwise be able to afford to go to college because of rising tuition costs.