Cutting Florida’s corporate income tax: Will it help? PDF  | Print |  E-mail

"The idea that Florida taxes are strangling economic development cannot be supported by any objective economic analysis," said Alan Stonecipher of the Florida Center for Fiscal and Economic Policy, a liberal-leaning group.

"If you're a low-tax state, you're going to be a low-service state — that's where Florida has been historically," Stonecipher said. "Now to compound that by cutting what government spends even more is just going to make the quality of life in Florida worse in education, health care, environment and parks."

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