Renew and Raise Oregon's Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) - HB 3028 Endorsement Form
The 2019 legislature can improve economic security for 900,000 Oregonians by enacting HB 3028, a bill to renew and raise the Oregon Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC).

Use this form to endorse HB 3028. This endorsement form is primarily for Organizations, Elected Leaders, and Community Leaders. By signing on you agree that we can list the entity you authorize to be listed as a public supporter of this bill.

HB 3028 renews and raises the Oregon EITC
• The Oregon EITC is set to expire in 2020. HB 3028 renews it for another 6 years.
• HB 3028 improves the credit by raising it to 20 percent of the federal tax credit, putting Oregon on par with other states.
• The bill gives an enhanced credit of 25 percent to families with kids under age 3.
• It makes the credit more equitable by extending it to all workers who file a tax return and meet the income threshold, including those who file with an ITIN.

Endorsers so far (updated 3/12/19):

AFSCME Council 75
American Association of University Women of Oregon
Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon (APANO)
CASA of Oregon
CASH Oregon
Causa
Central City Concern
Children First for Oregon
Coalition of Communities of Color
COFA Alliance National Network
Community Action Partnership of Oregon (CAPO)
Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon
Family Forward Oregon
Habitat for Humanity of Oregon
Healthy Kids Learn Better Coalition
Human Services Coalition of Oregon (HSCO)
League of Women Voters of Oregon
Main Street Alliance
Metropolitan Family Service
Multnomah County
NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon
NEDCO/Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services
Neighborhood Partnerships
Nonprofit Association of Oregon (NAO)
Northwest Credit Union Association
NW Natural
Pacific Power
Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon
Peace Health
Portland Community College
Portland General Electric
Providence Health & Services
Open Adoption & Family Services
Oregon AFL-CIO
Oregon Business & Industry
Oregon Business Council
Oregon Center for Public Policy
Oregon Food Bank
Oregon Housing Alliance
Oregon Law Center
Oregon State Council for Retired Citizens
Oregon Women's Rights Coalition
Providence Health & Services
ROSE Community Development
SEIU Local 503
UFCW Local 555
United Seniors of Oregon
Urban League of Portland

Individuals
Denny Doyle, Mayor of Beaverton
Betty Komp, Former State Representative
Kelley Minty Morris, Klamath County Commissioner
Tobias Read, Oregon State Treasurer

For more information, contact Matt Newell-Ching at matt@oregonhunger.org or 503-956-9735

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