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Heineman asking for public advice on new tax plan

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Governor Dave Heineman is asking for feedback from Nebraskans, Specifically the Agriculture community, about his tax plan.

The proposed plan would eliminate both state and corporate income tax while eliminating 2.4 billion dollars in sales tax.   Heineman says he knows the agriculture community won't be afraid to share their opinions.  

One bill would eliminate corporate and income taxes on all levels, while the other would provide exemptions on retirees and married couples.   Heineman wants to get Nebraska growing and provide good jobs to the next generation.

"We need and want everybody's input.   With these two bills, we can continue and expand our statewide conversation about tax reform so that we can find a Nebraska common sense solution," says Heineman. 

Along with Heineman, the bills are sponsored by Senators Beau McCoy and Brad Ashford, both of Omaha.

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