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Senator Crabtree on one of Idaho’s largest tax cuts: "voted to put money back in the pockets of hard working people"

Sen. Carl Crabtree (R, Grangeville)

Sen. Carl Crabtree (R, Grangeville)

— House Bill 463 provided $200 million in total tax relief. According to a release from the Idaho Senator Carl Crabtree, that will put money back in the pockets of families living in District 7. A large majority, $160 million will come from personal and business income tax relief and the remaining $40 million will come from a state child tax credit

“It was very important to me that I supported this legislation for the people of District 7," said Crabtree (R, Grangeville). "This $200 million cut will provide relief for many families. I came to Boise to ensure that the people of District 7 have conservative representation and that their tax money would be spend wisely or they would be provided relief, which is what we did today. You can also rest assured that this relief will not detrimentally affect education and infrastructure."

"Our schools, our kids, our teachers are incredibly important to me," he continued, "and they need our dedication and commitment, as well as our roads, bridges and transportation. Today the Idaho Senate voted to put money back in the pockets of hard working people in District 7 and I am proud to have been a part of that process,” said Senator Carl Crabtree.

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