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By J.L. Schmidt
Statehouse Correspondent Nebraska Press Association 

Critics question sustainability of governor's proposed tax and education plan


February 2, 2023

The new governor says his proposed tax cuts are historic. Critics say they are not sustainable.

Rookie mistake by the pig farmer politician who is backed by his Republican party and most of the 32 Republicans in the Nebraska Legislature. Maybe it’s all of them, I haven’t taken a poll.

Somebody forgot to explain to Governor Jim Pillen that the $1.9 billion excess funds he claims will make all this work are “projected” to be in the state coffers. That means the so-called strong tax receipts might, or might not, come.

OpenSky Executive Director Rebecca Firestone said in a press release...

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