Tax policies

Policies I want changed to help make Delaware more tax friendly.
Repeal the 2017 tax hike on real estate transfers. Delaware's closing costs are the highest of any state; a tax of $10,000 is levied on a $250,000 home purchase.
Pursue a middle- and working-class tax cut. Despite its reputation, Delaware is not a "low tax" state. Tax collections are the eighth-highest per capita of the 50 states and D.C. Instead of raising the individual tax rates, as has been proposed year after year in the State Legislature, we must instead offer income tax relief to the middle class and working families.
Reinstate and increase the senior citizen tax credit on property taxes. These citizens do not usually have children in school, which is what those taxes fund, and often are on fixed incomes.
Legislate tax reform for growing business and to spur hiring and growth. This shall include, but not be limited to, incentives for training/ certification of additional workers and reform of workers's compensation with a goal of controlling Delaware's high costs.