A Progressive Plan for Property Tax Relief in Vermont

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Vermont is among the states considering replacements for its property tax, but like much about the Green Mountain State, legislators there take a very different approach than their counterparts elsewhere around the country. According to the Burlington Free Press, members of the House Ways and Means Committee have agreed to review a bill later this month that would repeal the existing residential property tax that is earmarked for education and replace it with an income tax dedicated to the same purpose. Municipal property levies and the statewide property levy for non-residents would be unaffected.

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