Report: Eliminating sales tax could foster job growth

PROVIDENCE – Phasing out Rhode Island’s sales tax could create more than 21,000 new jobs, according to a new report by the R.I. Center for Freedom and Prosperity. The report, Zero.Zero, was released by the public policy think tank Monday and demonstrates how reductions in the state tax rate could lead to economic growth. “For…

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