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    How Washington Whittles Away Property Rights

    Property rights and the rule of law are essential foundations for a vibrant economy. When they are threatened, or uncertain, the result is inefficiency, rent-seeking, a larger underground economy and capital flight. Unfortunately, individual rights to capital, land and the fruits of one’s labor are threatened—in many cases redistributed from creditors to debtors, from those […]

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    Tax Reform and Your Small Business

    Every couple of years utterances of the implementation of a flat tax emerge. In fact, in a tax seminar during the early 1990s, a well-revered speaker made one of those mark-my-words predictions that the flat tax would be operational within the next few years. Twenty four years later, there’s no flat tax. In fact, our […]

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    Bill would ensure quick turnaround for gas-export projects: Guest opinion

    Oregon has a chance to enjoy real economic growth while helping America supply the world with cleaner, more affordable energy – provided the federal government doesn’t stand in the way.

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    Op-ed: A Broadened Perspective on Tax Reform

    Tax reform is a marathon, not a sprint. And while 2014 may not be the year that it crosses the finish line, it is vital that lawmakers continue the conversation and use this time to build a platform that effectively addresses the complexity and costliness of our current code.

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