Minnesota’s “Price of Government”: Where Theoretical Income Turns into Personal Income

February 25, 2013 at 12:49 pm

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The Price of Government (POG) indicator now serves as an important political talking point for debates over acceptable levels of government taxation and spending. 
The problem is that the POG doesn’t actually measure the claim government has on what an average Minnesotan might think of as “personal income.” 

Here’s why, according to Mark Haveman, Executive Director, Minnesota Center for Fiscal Excellence (Formerly MTA): 
Minnesota’s “Price of Government”: Where Theoretical Income Turns into Personal Income

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