Forest Thigpen currently serves as Senior Advisor at Empower Mississippi. Thigpen has built his career encouraging and equipping policy makers to govern by principle – to do what’s right rather than what is politically expedient. After serving ten years in Washington DC in various roles for U.S. Senator Thad Cochran, Thigpen returned to his home state and served as president of the Mississippi Center for Public Policy for 25 years.
A Tax Cut with No Revenue Loss – and More Jobs
So far, only Oklahoma has made full expensing permanent in its state tax code. This is a chance for Mississippi to get ahead of the game. Would you believe we can cut taxes in a way that will create more jobs and boost our economy – with no long-term loss of revenue to the state? …
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