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Dealing With Sinema

Harold Meyerson The American Prospect
The Arizona weirdo has compelled the Democrats to abandon taxing the rich—so they’re proposing to tax rich folks’ unearned gains.

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Outside Amazon Fulfillment Center, Workers Demand Tax Fairness

Michael Moore Workday Minnesota
Corporations like Amazon need to pay their fair share so we can address decades of delayed essential maintenance and upgrades to provide all Minnesotans with safe roads and bridges, affordable housing and functional school buildings.

California's Proposition 15 Goes Down Swinging

Bobbi Murray Capital & Main
Thigpenn says the path forward means reversing public spending priorities that direct resources away from low-income communities — priorities that create tax structure that makes low-income communities in California scramble to fund schools.

Taxes in a Time of Coronavirus

Amy Hanauer Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP)
Some problems can only be solved when public officials have the resources to act. Today’s public health crisis is that kind of problem. The current disaster threatens our health and our economy.

Federal Tax Cuts in the Bush, Obama, and Trump Years

Steve Wamhoff, Matthew Gardner Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy
The national debt today stands at $15.7 trillion. Two decisions made since 2000 — tax cuts and America’s wars since September 11, 2001 — together account for roughly two-thirds of that amount.
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