Big Tax Breaks for Big Boxes

Without realizing it, taxpayers are giving the big-box retailers millions of dollars a year in tax breaks.

Transnational Corporations Dodging Taxes Through “Transfer Pricing”

How drug companies and other multinational companies based in the U.S. systematically avoid paying tax in the U.S. on their profits.

Tax Increment Financing: A Bad Bargain for Taxpayers

Tax increment financing, which entails allowing new commercial projects to tax free for 20 or 30 years, has hidden costs.

Condemnation Nation

This June the Supreme Court handed down one of its most important property-rights decisions in decades.

The Sugar Industry and Corporate Welfare

In a hall of fame for corporate-welfare queens, the sugar industry would occupy a place of special honor. For decades, powerful sugar growers have gotten politicians to enrich them with a protectionist scheme that inflates domestic sugar prices to the detriment of American consumers, American manufacturers, American farmers, and the American economy as a whole.

Canyon Resources Corporation Seizes the (Ballot) Initiative

Montana Initiative 147 Illustrates a Widespread Threat to Democracy

Corporate Taxes Continue to Plummet

Corporations share of taxes lowest since World War II