Republican states benefit more from fiscal redistribution than democratic ones
A study by Gary Richardson, economics associate professor, is featured in the New York Times December 2, 2009
From the New York Times:
Republicans may “market themselves as the party of fiscal restraint,” but states that vote Republican benefit from federal government redistribution far more than those that lean Democratic. This has been true since about 1992, the tail end of George H.W. Bush’s presidency. So argues Gary Richardson of the
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