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Oregon lawmakers plan to boost revenue by killing solar, e-commerce and wolf tax breaks

July 6, 2017View for printing

Oregon lawmakers are on track to scale back or eliminate several popular tax breaks this year, a decision that could boost state revenue by more than $100 million in future budgets.

Tax credits for solar projects, e-commerce and wolves killing livestock would go away under a plan approved by the Joint Committee on Tax Credits Wednesday, while lawmakers plan to extend support for rural doctors and affordable housing. The committee voted 11-3 in favor of House Bill 2066, which now heads the House for a vote.

By Hillary Borrud

The Oregonian/OregonLive

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