Heritage Event – How Taxes, Energy, and Worker Freedom Change Everything

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An Inquiry into

The Nature and Causes of the Wealth of States

How Taxes, Energy, and Worker Freedom Change Everything

Featuring Opening Remarks by
The Honorable Sam Brownback
Governor of Kansas

Followed by a Discussion with the Co-Authors

Arthur B. Laffer, Ph.D.
Founder and Chairman, Laffer Associates, and Founder, The Laffer Center, Pacific Research institute

Rex A. Sinquefield

Co-Founder, Dimensional Fund Advisors LP and Missouri Philanthropist

Travis H. Brown 
Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Pelopidas, LLC 

Hosted by

Stephen Moore

Chief Economist, The Heritage Foundation

Poor people can’t spend themselves into wealth; similarly, a higher tax burden doesn’t lead to prosperity at the state level.  In An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of States, co-authors Art Laffer, Steve Moore, Rex Sinquefield, and Travis Brown put this debate to rest with a cogently presented, meticulous analysis of the facts.  By looking at quantitative data from all 50 U.S. states, they offer a solid case for lower state income taxes and decreased tax burdens.  Wealth doesn’t stay put.  Businesses and individuals in the upper economic strata go where their interests are protected.  As An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of States demonstrates, almost every measure of economic prosperity at the state level – population, employment, and beyond – is linked to taxation.

Join us for an examination of how low-tax states in every region of the country are outperforming their neighbors and how wealth-friendly policies at the state and local level can provide the key to maintaining prosperity for everyone.

 

Thursday, May 29, 2014 – 12:00 to 1:30 p.m.

The Heritage Foundation’s Allison Auditorium

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