“Inclusionary” zoning

by Walter Olson on June 10, 2014

It squeezes some New Yorkers hard in order to provide what can be a $90,000-a-year windfall for a few [Josh Barro, New York Times] How has the policy worked in Washington, D.C. and nearby Montgomery County, Maryland? [Emily Washington, Market Urbanism]

More: Lots of goodies financed by taxpayers get thrown into the subsidy mix too, says Jim Epstein at Reason.

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1 Robert 06.10.14 at 10:04 am

And a tax free windfall at that. I’d have to earn over $180,000 more to clear another $90k.

It sickens me when the left complains about tax breaks for the ‘rich’ the middle benefits from trillion dollar tax loopholes. No income tax from imputed income when they live in a foreclosed house free for two years befor the bank actually takes it. And the elimination of income tax on forgiven mortgage debt. This was a trillion dollar tax holiday for

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