Economic and Tax Policy Committee, Arkansas General Assembly

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The Economic and Tax Policy Committee is a standing committee of the Arkansas General Assembly.

Function

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The Office of Economic and Tax Policy shall work under the standards and guidelines of the Joint Committee on Economic and Tax Policy and shall: (1) Review the biennial and annual revenue forecast submitted by the executive branch; (2) Provide legislators with such information as may be requested regarding the data and assumptions supporting the forecast; (3) At the request of the committee, provide alternative forecasts based on different assumptions regarding economic performance; (4) Make periodic reviews of the official revenue forecast performance; (5) Provide members with analyses of policy proposals which might affect the state's economy or fiscal outlook; (6) Biennially prepare and make available to the members of the General Assembly a comprehensive compilation of taxes levied by the state; and (7) Provide committee members or other members of the General Assembly with such data, information, or policy studies as may be requested, subject to time and resource constraints.[1]

Members

2013-2014

Economic and Tax Policy Members, 2013
Democratic members (4)Republican members (2)
Paul Bookout, ChairJason Rapert
Larry TeagueJake Files
Linda Chesterfield
Bruce Maloch

2011-2012

2009-2010

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