Oops, Coffin said it again

Victor Joecks

And Ralston says the Dems probably wish Coffin would stop talking about tax increases. Especially since the first tax bill is going to be voted on next week. It's much easier to raise taxes if no one acknowledges that you are doing it.

If lawmakers are looking for a way to save the state money while improving services, NPRI can help.

Assuming that students already enrolled in private schools become eligible gradually over the first seven years of the program, the Public Education Tax Credit is estimated to save nearly $1 billion in its first 10 years.

Yes, that's billion with a "b".