Fight Against Senate Bill 1528 Law To Continue

Date: March 20, 2018

NFIB will be at the center of efforts to restore tax reform meant for small business

This webpage is the central informational repository of all NFIB efforts prior to Gov. Kate Brown’s signing of Senate Bill 1528 into law and actions taken after. It is updated regularly.

NFIB Actions

  • Four Member Alerts
  • 91 submissions to the editor appearing in 14 media outlets
  • Digital ad campaign
  • Testimony and news releases

NFIB News Releases

NFIB in the News

KXL Radio 101, April 17—State Director Anthony Smith gives host Brandon Ison a 20-minute interview about Senate Bill 1528.

Oregon Public Broadcasting, April 6—NFIB State Director Anthony Smith says Gov. Kate Brown’s call for a special session to help small businesses is of little comfort after her announcement that she’ll sign a bill that does them harm.

The Oregonian, April 5—Certified financial planner Chuck Jones and State Rep. Julie Parrish explain why Gov. Kate Brown should veto Senate Bill 1528

Oregon Business Report, April 3—NFIB/Oregon State Director Anthony Smith writes guest editorial calling on Gov. Kate Brown to join the four Democratic lawmakers who opposed Senate Bill 1528 and veto the measure. Editorial also ran in the Salem Business Journal.

Cascade Policy Institute, March 14—NFIB’s urging Gov. Kate Brown to veto SB 1528 mentioned in the story.

Oregon Public Broadcasting, March 8—State Director Anthony Smith quoted in a story on political dilemma Gov. Kate Brown faces with Senate Bill 1528. Story also ran in the Statesman-Journal.

Portland Tribune, March 2—NFIB mentioned as one of the groups calling on Gov. Kate Brown to veto Senate Bill 1528.

KYKN Radio 1430 AM—State Director Anthony Smith explains the problems small business has with Senate Bill 1528 to listeners of the Gator & Denise Show

Portland Tribune, February 23—NFIB statistics cited in a story about the constitutionality of State Senate vote on state income tax.

Portland Tribune, February 13—State Director Anthony Smith informs media outlet that he can’t find a scenario where we have more winners than losers on this on competing tax proposals circulating the Legislature.

Other Voices

East Oregonian, April 11—Our view: Special session about politics, not policy

Corvallis Gazette-Times, April 10—Editorial: Brown tries to thread tax needle

Albany Democrat Herald, April 3—Editorial: Governor should nix tax measure

Beaverton Valley Times, April 2—In guest editorial, State Rep. Julie Parish calls on Gov. Kate Brown to veto Senate Bill 1528.

Bend Bulletin, March 30—Editorial: Brown should veto tax hike bill

Bend Bulletin, March 9—Does Kate Brown really want to help small business? Editorial also ran in Grants Pass Daily Courier, March 11.

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