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A State by State Look at the Middle-Class Tax Cuts’ Impact on Consumer Spending and Retailers

A state by state look at the middle-class tax cuts' impact on consumer spending and retailers.

President Obama is committed to growing our economy from the middle out by ensuring a strong, secure, and thriving middle-class. Now we face a deadline that requires action on jobs, taxes and deficits by the end of the year. While the President is committed to working with Congress to reduce our deficit in a balanced and responsible way, there is no reason to hold the middle-class families hostage while we debate tax cuts for the highest income earners.  

To see what the impact would be on consumers and retailers in your community if Congress does not extend the tax cuts for the middle class, click on the link below for your state.

Alabama                               Alaska                           Arizona                        Arkansas         
California                             Colorado                       Connecticut                Delaware
District of Columbia           Florida                           Georgia                       Hawaii
Idaho                                     Illinois                            Indiana                       Iowa
Kansas                                 Kentucky                        Louisiana                  Maine
Maryland                               Massachusetts            Michigan                    Minnesota
Mississippi                          Missouri                         Montana                     Nebraska
Nevada                                 New Hampshire           New Jersey               New Mexico
New York                              North Carolina              North Dakota            Ohio
Oklahoma                            Oregon                            Pennsylvania           Rhode Island
South Carolina                   South Dakota                  Tennessee              Texas
Utah                                      Vermont                           Virginia                     Washington
West Virginia                      Wisconsin                       Wyoming