WASHINGTON — States will struggle with finances in fiscal 2011 just as much as they have this fiscal year and last fiscal year, panelists said at a meeting here Friday sponsored by Tax Analysts.

As a solution, states should broaden their sales tax bases, make personal income taxes more progressive, and scale back some corporate tax credits, said Nicholas Johnson, director of the state fiscal project for the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

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