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In spite of all the media and political attention devoted to it, only 3 percent of Floridians believe tax relief should be the top priority of Gov. Rick Scott.

Perhaps that finding underscores what the Florida Center for Fiscal and Economic Policy has been saying for years. Compared to other states, Florida is a low tax state, and the amount paid by corporations as a percentage of total state income is shrinking.

Read the story in The Florida Times-Union.
The Florida Center for Fiscal and Economic Policy
579 East Call Street
Tallahassee Florida 32301
Phone: 850-325-6480
Email: info@fcfep.org

The mission of the Florida Center for Fiscal and Economic Policy is to conduct independent research, develop new ideas, and advise policymakers on state fiscal and economic policy.  The Center pays particular attention to policy impacts on low- and moderate-income individuals, families and neighborhoods, workers, and small businesses.  The Center works to heighten public awareness of the need to adequately fund programs that improve opportunities, choices, quality of life outcomes, and the economic well-being of all Floridians.