CENTERS for

Government Reform

Government at the state and local level needs to a take a serious and imaginative look at its structural deficiencies, at its proper role in today's society and whether its fiscal and regulatory policies are a hindrance to economic development. This Center for Government Reform does this based upon the Mission Statement of the Thomas Jefferson Institute.

September 2018

Frequently Asked Questions About Virginia Tax Conformity
Frequently Asked Questions About Virginia Tax Conformity —  Unless the Virginia General Assembly acts, most Virginians will see their state tax taxes rise next year.  But what does "conformity" with the federal tax code mean?  And what are the implications for Virginia individuals and businesses?  Get the answers here!  Read It Now!

August 2018

State Implications of Federal Tax Reform in Virginia
State Implications of Federal Tax Reform in Virginia — The new federal tax law cuts federal taxes for most filers in Virginia, but without action by the Commonwealth's General Assembly, many Virginians will experience an unlegislated increase in their state tax liability.  If lawmakers elect to avoid a state tax increase, the added revenue provides an opportunity to pay down real reforms to Virginia's tax code.  This new paper explains the issues ... and the opportunities.   Read it here!

June 2018

Institute Paper Demonstrates Value of Federal Crop Insurance Program
Institute Paper Demonstrates Value of Federal Crop Insurance Program — As Congress struggles to pass the 2018 Farm Bill amid mounting political pressure, the Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy today released a new paper outlining the value of Federal Crop Insurance to farmers and the American taxpayer.  the paper provides evidence that use of multi-peril crop insurance, as it is currently structured through a p[ublic private partnership is a successful evolution of farm policy and an improved approach to the farm safety net.  Read It Here!

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