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Texas's tax structure is highly progressive compared to that of other states.


I would say No.
It is rather regressive correcT?

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    The answer is No, it is not progressive by any measure. The poor in Texas pay a much larger portion of taxes to the state as a percentage of their income than anyone else. That is very regressive.

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