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Nov 26 2017
President Trump is reportedly meeting with senators this week to make a final push to get the tax bill through, with a vote coming as early as this Thursday. Republicans can only afford to lose two votes in order to pass the legislation.Reuters Washington Post Fox News (Online News)
Feb 03 2015
Headline RoundupWall Street Journal (News) Washington Post Townhall
Sep 29 2017
A look at President Trump's tax reform plan - who are the winners and losers? Are there ideas in the tax plan that Democrats can support?The Week - News Los Angeles Times Fox News (Online News)
Jun 10 2016
Donald Trump touts tax relief for ordinary Americans. But thanks in part to Reagan-era tax reform, 45 percent of households already pay no federal income tax.Christian Science Monitor
Jan 10 2023
The U.S. electorate’s hostility toward serious entitlement reform has a long and consistent track record. Unyielding defense of the status quo has been a winning campaign strategy for decades, and serial efforts to push major changes to Social Security and Medicare onto the national agenda have all sputtered and failed. Both parties have internalized the lesson.
Lawmakers have two meansThe Dispatch
Nov 11 2019
Major tax reform is one of the most important tasks of this or any Congress. What we do in the next several months will affect every American, every business and our entire economy for decades to come. Unfortunately, those in charge of the current process seem hell bent to pass something, anything, that can be called tax reform before an arbitrary Christmas deadline, with no real input fromTim Kaine
Oct 26 2017
Fiscal responsibility takes a backseat to cutting taxes.Reason
Oct 24 2017
It’s ultimately about inequality and who benefits from the economy’s rules.Vox
Oct 10 2017
Their three core goals are totally incompatible.Vox
Feb 03 2015
Obama wants to cap your retirement.
Inside his new budget he is proposing to cap qualified retirement savings at $3 million.
That's how much the White House figures it would take to generate $200,000 worth of income annually. However the problem with such an approach as investment news points out as that and in the historic low interest-rate environment it takes more money toTownhall