The Oregon Prosperity Project on a Gross Receipts Tax


This apple pie – especially if it is made in Oregon – is a prime example of why the gross receipts tax (GRT) model being considered by the Legislature is a bad idea – and costly for consumers.

 By the time this pie gets to a dessert plate, the pyramiding impact of the GRT could have taxed it six times or more, according to a Washington State study. In fact, food is hit more than any other product by a GRT, and we know much of that cost gets passed through to consumers in higher prices.

Do we really want to make food that much more expensive? Please join us in telling legislators that a gross receipts tax is a bad idea for Oregon.

The Oregon Prosperity Project is partnering with Brighter Oregon to keep you informed for the 2019 Legislative Session. We will be sending Brighter Oregon emails and updates to the Prosperity Project membership. 

As always, we are focusing on key issues of fiscal policy, job creation and Oregon’s economy. Partnering with Brighter Oregon will help us better serve you, making it easier to understand how actions in Salem affect all Oregonians.

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