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 75American Association of University Women of OregonAsian Pacific American Network of Oregon (APANO)CASA of OregonCASH OregonCausaCentral City ConcernChildren First for OregonCoalition of Communities of ColorCOFA Alliance National NetworkCommunity Action Partnership of Oregon (CAPO)Ecumenical Ministries of OregonFamily Forward OregonHabitat for Humanity of OregonHealthy Kids Learn Better Coalition Human Services Coalition of Oregon (HSCO)League of Women Voters of OregonMain Street AllianceMetropolitan Family ServiceMultnomah CountyNARAL Pro-Choice Oregon NEDCO/Willamette Neighborhood Housing ServicesNeighborhood PartnershipsNonprofit Association of Oregon (NAO)Northwest Credit Union AssociationNW NaturalPacific PowerPartners for a Hunger-Free OregonPeace HealthPortland Community CollegePortland General ElectricProvidence Health & ServicesOpen Adoption & Family ServicesOregon AFL-CIOOregon Business & IndustryOregon Business CouncilOregon Center for Public PolicyOregon Food BankOregon Housing AllianceOregon Law CenterOregon State Council for Retired CitizensOregon Women's Rights CoalitionProvidence Health & ServicesROSE Community DevelopmentSEIU Local 503UFCW Local 555United Seniors of OregonUrban League of Portland
IndividualsDenny Doyle, Mayor of BeavertonBetty Komp, Former State RepresentativeKelley Minty Morris, Klamath County CommissionerTobias Read, Oregon State Treasurer
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