Ryan Zinke on Budget & Economy
A: No. Our government should spend within its means. Montana should always be vigilant to examine ways to increase government efficiency and reduce waste. Providing incentives for clean, small business opportunities promotes a needed long term revenue stream. I believe in a fair and progressive tax system that does not penalize incentive and innovation.
Q: Should fee increases be used to balance the state budget?
A: No. I strongly support meaningful property tax reform to ensure that Montanans do not get taxed out of their homes and/or farms.
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