World’s highest tax proposal has significant economic consequences

Posted on December 13, 2011 by Minerals Make Life

Kate Brophy McGee, a representative for Arizona’s 11th district in the State Legislature and vice chair of the Energy and Natural Resources Committee, discusses how a proposal to tax U.S. mining at 12.5 percent – the world’s highest – will have a negative economic impact on both Arizona and the nation at-large.

Read the full opinion piece here.

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