State Rep. Paul Evans served liens on unpaid taxes, while voting for more
State Representative Paul Evans (D-Monmouth) -- like many of his fellow Democrats in the legislature -- finds it easy to vote to raise taxes on Oregonians. He's not found it easy to pay his own, it seems.
Some of the more prominent tax increases that Rep. Evans has voted for are:
When it came time to give tax relief to Oregonians, he voted against considering bills that would be provided a $1,000 income child tax credit to working families, given student relief on student loans, and given seniors property tax relief.
State Department of Revenue records
show that he has accrued nearly $17,000 in tax liens
. Pundits have noted that it's ironic that while Rep. Evans wants to increase taxes, he seems to be unable to pay his own.
|Post Date: 2020-09-18 14:14:06||Last Update: 2020-09-16 14:59:04|