Reynolds proposes 4% income tax, unemployment cuts, ‘school choice’

Governor Kim Reynolds proposed that the Iowans pay a fixed income tax rate of 4% and that the state no longer tax their pension income. The condition of the state address Tuesday.

Reynolds set his 2022 agenda in a speech to Iowa law, broadcast in prime time. It includes the tax cuts, the third round of reductions she hopes to sign as governor; cuts in the state’s unemployment system; $ 1,000 retention bonuses for teachers, law enforcement, and detectives; and scholarships to enable parents to pay for their students to attend private schools.

Reynolds, a Republican, is expected to seek re-election for another full term this year. She formulated her policy proposals, from tax cuts to transparency in schools, as a means of getting the government out of the way and giving Ioweans the opportunity to make more choices for themselves.

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