Are businesses finding too many ways out of paying their fair share of taxes in Massachusetts? Or, are they already over burdened?
Claims that support both sides are flying as the legislature considers Governor Deval Patrick's plan to raise an additional $295 million dollars from corporations in next year's budget.
Joining WBUR's Delores Handy-Brown to explain their positions are Henry Dormitzer, the governor's Undersecretary for Administration and Finance and Eileen McAnneny, a Vice President for Government Affairs at Associated Industries of Massachusetts.
This program aired on March 7, 2007. The audio for this program is not available.