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Senator Knopp Responds to Quarterly Revenue Forecast, Introduces Bill Returning Kicker as a Check

SALEM, Ore. – Today, Oregon’s economists projected that Oregon budgets will have record-breaking surpluses, much of which will be returned to taxpayers based on how much they paid in taxes.

Senate Republican Leader Tim Knopp (R-Bend) made the following statement:

“While Oregonians still face high costs of food, fuel, child care, and rent – all of which are necessary to live, work, and raise a family – the state continues to bring in record revenue. Thanks to the Personal Kicker, Oregon taxpayers will get some of their taxes back and with it, a well-deserved break from the persisting burden of inflation and high costs.

Yesterday I introduced Senate Bill 990, a bill that would return the next Kicker in the form of a check instead of a credit. I urge members of all parties in both chambers to support this critical bill to expedite relief to working Oregonians.”

SB 990 is part of the Senate Republican Caucus’s Equitable Oregon agenda. It can be found under ‘Saving Oregonians from Rising Inflation & Increased Cost of Living’.

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