A document obtained by the Guardian newspaper offers a preview of the plans of some free-market think tanks in 2014. The July 29 document from the State Policy Network summarized 40 funding proposals from groups in 34 states. The proposals, which ranged in cost from $25,000 to $65,000, include efforts to reform public-employee pensions and benefits, repeal state wage laws, and eliminate state income and estate taxes. The Kansas Policy Institute requested $46,800 “to conduct a campaign calling for deregulation as an alternative to economic development incentives.”
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