Harvey Hilderbran: Insiders 1st of a 2-Part Tax Reform Preview

In Mondays 1st of a 2-Part Series Hilderbran shares what he and the Ways & Means Committee are doing to get ready for the 2013 Legislative Session. width=317Texas Insider Report: AUSTIN Texas Weve been working for the last 10 months on our Interim Studies which means the Ways & Means Committee meets weve had public testimony & well have more public testimony in September & October ... we work with our constituents year-round ... to get ready for what were going to do next Session. Were doing the work we need to now in order to be prepared to do that job (addressing Texas Tax Code reforms) next Session" said Harvey Hilderbran. State Rep. Harvey Hilderbran (R-Kerrville) chairs the Texas Houses tax-writing Ways & Means Committee.

Join us here as Chairman Hilderbran visits with Insiders Jim Cardle to talk about possible Tax Reform efforts during the 2013 Legislative Session.    

width=73I for one dont accept a Projected Deficit because a projected deficit means youre going to spend exactly what youve spent the Session before and you have less coming in.

I say we have to tighten our belts make government even more efficient & get more value out of the dollars we spend and weve had a history of doing that.

Last Session we had a large Republican Majority for the first time in our history so we really began to change the culture of state government.

For example instead of cutting the rate of growth in state government which had been done before we actually cut spending for the first time in out states history said Hilderbran.

     

Mondays in-depth video is the 1st of a 2-Part Series in which Chairman Hilderbran tells Insiders Jim Cardle what he and the Ways & Means Committee are doing to get ready for the 2013 Legislative Session.

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