Idaho Lt. Gov. Brad Little told the Associated Taxpayers of Idaho today that his family is a charter member of the group, going back to the 1940s. Asked by moderator Dee Sarton about the specific tax proposals he’s unveiled during his campaign for governor, Little said, “Part of the reason that I’ve got a pretty concrete plan is that I’ve been here, I’ve listened.” Little said he’s attended the taxpayer group’s conference for many years. “I may be a little odd, but for some reason I enjoy tax policy,” he said. “Perhaps it’s because I’ve spent so much time at this conference and other ones.” Little said, “Today, Idaho is the envy of most of the states in the union. … We’re one of the fastest-growing states. … Our balance sheet is the envy of...
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Little on taxes: 'I've got a concrete plan because I've been here, I've listened'