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For model legislation crafted and adopted by the Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force, go here.

The Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force of the American Legislative Exchange Council:

2011 ALEC Annual Meeting Substantive Agenda

According to the 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting Program, the focus was "on the latest ideas on pro-growth and tax policy and sensible budget reform...including a panel on corporate taxes, featuring Scott A. Hodge of the Tax Foundation, Stephen Moore of the Wall Street Journal, and Jim Carter of Emerson Electric. Additionally, co-authors Stephen Moore and Jonathan Williams will also lead a discussion of the 4th edition of Rich States, Poor States. Finally, Task Force members will also consider a dozen pieces of model legislation.[1]

This model legislation included:[2]

  • Amendments to ALEC's 21st Century Commercial Nexus Act - WITHDRAWN
  • Local Government Transparency Act (introduced by Brian Costin, Illinois Policy Institute)
  • Subsidy Truce Act (introduced by Steve Slivinski, Goldwater Institute)
  • Public Pension Accounting Responsibility Act (introduced by Bob Williams, Freedom Foundation) - WITHDRAWN
  • ALEC's Statement of Principles on Fixing State and Local Government Defined Benefit Plans (introduced by Bob Williams, Freedom Foundation) - ADOPTED
  • Unfunded Pension Liabilities Accounting and Transparency Act (introduced by Bob Williams, Freedom Foundation) - ADOPTED with amendment
  • Amendments to ALEC's Defined-Contribution Pension Reform Act (introduced by Bob Williams, Freedom Foundation) - ADOPTED with amendment
  • Pension Funding and Fairness Act (introduced by Ted Dabrowski, Illinois Policy Institute) - ADOPTED
  • Resolution Supporting the Mobile Workforce State Income Tax Simplification Act (introduced by Joe Crosby, Council on State Taxation (COST)) - ADOPTED
  • Resolution Urging Congress to Cut the Federal Corporate Tax Rate (introduced by Joe Henchman, Tax Foundation) - ADOPTED
  • Performance Note Act (introduced by Sen. Wayne Niederhauser (R-UT 9)) - WITHDRAWN
  • Resolution on Streamlined Sales and Use Tax (introduced by Sen. Wayne Niederhauser (R-UT 9)) - WITHDRAWN

Subcommittees

  • 21st Century Commerce and Taxation Working Group[2]
  • Internet Subcommittee
  • Tax Reform Subcommittee
  • Tax and Expenditure Limitation (TEL) Subcommittee[3]
  • Fiscal Policy Reform Working Group[4]
  • Public Pension Reform Working Group[2]
  • Unfunded Liabilities and Public Pensions Working Group[5]

Co-Chairs

The Freedom Foundation is a libertarian think tank based in Olympia, WA, that says its mission is "to advance individual liberty, free enterprise, and limited, accountable government."[9] The Freedom Foundation is a member of the State Policy Network[10] and has received funding from the following conservative foundations: Coors-funded Castle Rock Foundation, the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, the Sarah Scaife Foundation and the Walton Family Foundation (Wal-mart founders).[11]

Corporate, Trade or Other Group Members

This is a partial list:

  • Council on State Taxation (COST)[2]
  • Emerson Electric Co.[2]
  • (Evergreen) Freedom Foundation[2]
  • Goldwater Institute[2]
  • Illinois Policy Institute[2]
  • National Taxpayers Union[12]
  • Tax Foundation[2]
  • Wall Street Journal[2]
  • Jim Carter (Director of Government Relations, Emerson Electric Co.) spoke on the "Corporate Taxes and International Competitiveness Panel" at the Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force Meeting at the 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[2]
  • Brian Costin (Director of Outreach, Illinois Policy Institute) introduced the "Local Government Transparency Act" model legislation at the Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force Meeting at the 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[2]
  • Joe Crosby (COO and Senior Director, Policy of the Council On State Taxation (COST)) introduced the "Multistate Corporate Tax Policy" and "Resolution Supporting the Mobile Workforce State Income Tax Simplification Act" model legislation at the Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force Meeting at the 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[2]
  • Ted Dabrowski (Vice President of Policy, Illinois Policy Institute) introduced the "Pension Funding and Fairness Act" model legislation at the Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force Meeting at the 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[2]
  • Peter Ferrara (Director of Entitlement and Budget Policy, Institute for Policy Innovation; Policy Advisor, Heartland Institute; Senior Fellow, Social Security Institute; and General Counsel, American Civil Rights Union[13]) spoke on "The Peril of State Income Taxes" at the Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force Meeting at the 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[2]
  • Amber Gunn (Director, Economic Policy Center, Evergreen Freedom Foundation)[14]
  • Joe Henchman (Vice President of Legal & State Projects, Tax Foundation) introduced the "Resolution Urging Congress to Cut the Federal Corporate Tax Rate" model policy at the Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force Meeting at the 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[2]
  • Scott A. Hodge (President, Tax Foundation) spoke on the "Corporate Taxes and International Competitiveness Panel" at the Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force Meeting at the 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[2]
  • Jason Mercier (Director, Center for Government Reform, Washington Policy Center; contributing editor to the Heartland Institute's Budget & Tax News; Treasurer, Washington Coalition for Open Government; and advisor to the 2002 Washington State Tax Structure Committee), Executive Committee member[15]
  • Stephen Moore (Wall Street Journal Editorial board, ALEC "scholar" and founder of the Club for Growth) spoke on the "Corporate Taxes and International Competitiveness Panel" at the Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force Meeting at the 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[2]
  • Barry W. Poulson, Ph.D. (Professor of Economics, University of Colorado, Boulder and Senior Research Fellow, Texas Public Policy Foundation; former President, North American Economics and Finance Association[16]), Co-Chair, Unfunded Liabilities and Public Pensions Working Group[17]
  • Kristina Rasmussen (Executive Vice President, Illinois Policy Institute)Cite error: Closing </ref> missing for <ref> tag
  • Bob Williams (Founder and Senior Fellow, (Evergreen) Freedom Foundation; ALEC "scholar") spoke on "State Budget Solutions" and introduced the "Public Pension Accounting Responsibility Act," "ALEC's Statement of Principles on Fixing State and Local Government Defined Benefit Plans," "Unfunded Pension Liabilities Accounting and Transparency Act" and "Amendments to ALEC's Defined-Contribution Pension Reform Act" model legislation at the Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force Meeting at the 2011 ALEC Annual Meeting[2]

Legislative Members

  • Chris Lauzen (R-IL and Certified Public Accountant), Co-Chair, Unfunded Liabilities and Public Pensions Working Group[18]
  • Steve Brunk (R-KS)[19]
  • John P. Adams (R-OH)[20]
  • Jamie Van Fossen (formerly R-IA), former Public Sector Chair[21]
  • John P. Adams (R-OH), Member (2010),[22]
  • Rep. Bruce D. Anderson (R-19A), Member
  • Steve Brunk (R-KS), Member (2009),[23]
  • Sen. Alberta Darling (WI R-8), Alternate
  • Chris Lauzen (R-IL and Certified Public Accountant), Co-Chair (2009), Unfunded Liabilities and Public Pensions Working Group,[24]
  • Rep. Daniel LeMahieu (WI R-59), Alternate
  • Sen. Terry Moulton (WI R-23), Member
  • Rep. Pam Myhra (WI R-40A), Member
  • Rep. Linda Runbeck (WI R-52A), Member
  • Rep. Patricia Strachota (WI R-58), Member
  • Rep. Robin Vos (WI R-63), Member
  • Sen. Van Wanggaard (WI R-21), Member[25]
  • Rep. Anna I. Fairclough (AK R-27)
  • Rep. Mia Costello (AK R-27)
  • Sen. Catherine A. Giessel (AK R-P)
  • Sen. Lesil McGuire (AK R-N)
  • Rep. Justin D. Olson (AZ R-19)
  • Sen. Lori Klein (AZ R-6)
  • Sen. Rick Murphy (AZ R-9)
  • Sen. Steven B. Yarbrough (AZ R-21)[26]
  • Rep. Jane English (AR R-42)[27][26]
  • Rep. Ed Garner (AR R-41)[26]
  • Rep. Cheri Gerou (CO R-25)
  • Rep. Bill Aman (CT R-14)
  • Rep. Vincent J. Candelora (CT R-86)
  • Rep. Christopher Davis (CT R-57)
  • Rep. Jason Brodeur (FL R-33)
  • Rep. Stephen L. Precourt (FL R-41)
  • Rep. Ed Setzler (GA R-35)
  • Rep. Larry E. O'Neal (GA R-146)
  • Rep. Lynne Riley (GA R-50)
  • Sen. Bill Heath (GA R-31)
  • Rep. Ken A. Roberts (ID R-8), Member
  • Rep. Jeffrey D. Thompson (ID R-33)[26], Member
  • Sen. Dean L. Cameron (ID R-26), Member
  • Sen. Dean M. Mortimer (ID R-32), Alternate
  • Rep. Franco Coladipetrio (IL R-45), Member
  • Rep. Sandra M. Pihos (IL R-42), Member
  • Rep. Jil W. Tracy (IL R-93), Alternate
  • Sen. Chris Lauzen (IL R-25), Member
  • Sen. Jim Buck (IN R-21), ALEC State Chairman[28], and Co-Chair[29] and Member of the Board of Directors[30]
  • Sen. Brandt Hershman (IN R-7), Majority Whip and Member[31]
  • Sen. Frank Mrvan, Jr. (IN D-1), Alternate
  • Sen. Thomas R. Sands (IA R-87), Member
  • Rep. Daniel J. Kerschen (KS R-93)
  • Rep. Marvin G. Kleeb (KS R-48)
  • Rep. Richard Carlson (KS R-61)
  • Sen. Dennis Pyle (KS R-1)[27]
  • Rep. Jim DeCesare (KY R-21)
  • Rep. Robert R. Damron (KY D-39)
  • Sen. Brandon Smith (KY R-30)
  • Sen. Walter Blevins, Jr (KY D-27)
  • Rep. John M. Schroder, Sr. (LA R-77)
  • Rep. Cameron Henry, Jr. (LA R-82)
  • Rep. Chris C. Hazel (LA R-27)
  • Rep. Mack A. White, Jr. (LA R-64)
  • Rep. James R. Fannin (LA D-13)
  • Rep. R. Ryan Harmon (ME R-45)
  • Del. Andrew Serafini (MD R-2A)
  • Del. Gail H. Bates (MD R-9A)
  • Del. Ron A. George (MD R-30)
  • Del. Susan M. Aumann (MD R-42)
  • Rep. Amanda Price (MI R-89)
  • Rep. Aric Nesbitt (MI R-80)
  • Rep. Bruce D. Anderson (MN R-19A), Member
  • Rep. Pam Myhra (MN R-40A), Member
  • Rep. Linda Runbeck (MN R-52A), Member
  • Rep. Jeffrey S. Guice (MS R-114)
  • Rep. Roger G. Ishee (MS R-118)
  • Rep. Bobby B. Howell (MS R-46)
  • Sen. Merle G. Flowers (MS R-19)
  • Sen. Dean Kirby (MS R-30)
  • Sen. Terry W. Brown (MS R-17)
  • Rep. Jason Smith (MO R-150), State Chairman[32]
  • Rep. Andrew Koenig (MO R-88)
  • Rep. Shane Schoeller (R-139)
  • Rep. Jason Smith (MO R-150), State Chairman[33]
  • Rep. Andrew Koenig (MO R-88)
  • Rep. Shane Schoeller (MO R-139)
  • Rep. Shane Schoeller (MO R-139)
  • Rep. Noel Torpey (MO R-55)
  • Rep. Paul R. Curtman (MO R-105)
  • Rep. Cary Smith (MT R-55)[27]
  • Sen. Bob Lake (MT R-44)
  • Sen. Dennis Utter (NE 33)
  • Sen. Tony Fulton (NE 29)
  • Sen. Abbie Cornett (NE 45)
  • Sen. Lavon L. Heidemann (NE 1)
  • Rep. Jordan Ulery (NH R-27), ALEC State Chairman[34][35][36] and Member
  • Rep. Ken Weyler (NH R-8), Member[37][36]
  • Rep. Carole McGuire (NH R-8), Alternate
  • Rep. Mary M. Allen (NH R-11), Alternate
  • Rep. Norman L. Major (NH R-8), Alternate
  • Rep. Beverly T. Rodeschin (NH R-2), Member
  • Rep. Nathaniel Quentin Gentry (NM R-30), Alternate
  • Rep. Anna M. Crook (NM R-64), Member
  • Rep. James R.J. Strickler (NM R-2), Member
  • Sen. Sander Rue (NM R-23),[38] Member
  • Rep. Dale Robbins Folwell (NC R-74), Member
  • Sen. David Rouzer (NC R-12), Member
  • Rep. Alan Carlson (NC R-41), ALEC State Chairman[39], Member
  • Rep. Dave Weiler (NC R-30), Alternate
  • Rep. Craig Headland (NC R-29), Member
  • Rep. John Adams (OH R-78), Member
  • Rep. Ronald Maag (OH R-35), Member
  • Rep. Terry R. Boose (OH R-58), Member
  • Rep. Pat Ownbey (OK R-48), Alternate
  • Rep. Scott Martin (OK R-46), Alternate
  • Rep. David Dank (OK R-85), Member
  • Sen. David F. Myers (OK R-20), Alternate
  • Sen. Gary Stanislawski (OK R-35), Member
  • Rep. Michael R. McLane (OR R-55), Member
  • Rep. Stan Saylor (PA R-95),[40]
  • Rep. Glen R. Grell (PA R-87), Member
  • Rep. Bruce W. Bannister (SC R-24), Member
  • Sen. Daniel B. Verdin, III (SC R-9), Member
  • Sen. George E. Campsen, III (SC R-43), Member
  • Sen. Mike T. Rose (SC R-38), Member
  • Rep. Mark K. Willadsen (SD R-11), Alternate
  • Rep. Hal Wick, (SD R-12) Member
  • Rep. Justin Cronin (SD R-23), Member
  • Sen. Al R. Novstrup (SD R-3), Alternate
  • Rep. Curtis G. Johnson (TN R-68), Alternate
  • Rep. Gerald McCormick (TN R-26), Alternate
  • Rep. Mike T. Harrison (TN R-9), Member
  • Sen. Reginald Tate (TN D-33)[41], Member
  • Sen. Steve Southerland (TN R-1), Alternate
  • Sen. Bill Ketron (TN R-13), Member
  • Rep. John Otto (TX R-18)[27], Member
  • Rep. Harvey Hilderbran (TX R-53), Member
  • Rep. Phil King (TX R-61), Alternate
  • Rep. Gary W. Eikins (TX R-135), Alternate
  • Rep. Dawnna M. Dukes (TX D-46), Alternate
  • Sen. Tommy Williams (TX R-4), Member
  • Rep. Gage Froerer (UT R-8), Member
  • Sen. Wayne Niederhauser (UT R-9), ALEC State Chairman[42] and Member
  • Sen. Daniel Liljenquist (UT R-23), Alternate
  • Sen. J. Stuart Adams (UT R-22), Alternate
  • Del. Johnny S. Joannou (VA D-79), Member
  • Del. Harry R. Purkey (VA R-82), Member
  • Del. Timothy D. Hugo (VA R-40), Member
  • Sen. Ryan T. McDougle (VA R-4), Member
  • Rep. Gary C. Alexander (WA R-20), Member
  • Rep. Mike Armstrong (WA R-12), Member
  • Sen. Joseph Zarelli (WA R-18), Member
  • Sen. Mike D. Hewitt (WA R-16), Alternate
  • Del. Eric Householder (WA R-56), ALEC State Chairman[43] and Member
  • Rep. Rosie M. Berger (WY R-51), Member
  • Rep. Charles P. Childers (WY R-50), Member
  • Rep. Bryan K. Pedersen (WY R-07), Member
  • Rep. Sue Wallis (WY R-52), Alternate
  • Rep. Amy L. Edmonds (WY R-12), Alternate

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References

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  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17 2.18 American Legislative Exchange Council, "Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force Meeting," agenda and meeting materials, August 4, 2011, on file with CMD
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