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Trump Tax Reform Ignores Worst Problem in Tax Code

Our comments on the much anticipated tax reform plan:

"Already, our loophole-ridden corporate tax code is rigged for big companies and their armies of tax lawyers. Not only does this plan do nothing about the worst part of our tax code -- that it rewards hiding profits offshore -- it makes it worse ... "

Citing debunked tax myth, President Trump moves to scrap anti-inversion rule

As we at Fair Share have said previously, if we want to base our debate on tax reform on reality and fairness, we need to start with the facts, and correct the record.

President Donald Trump has often cited a myth about our tax code, one which has been disproven: That American companies pay the highest corporate taxes in the world.

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Town hall in Virginia highlights importance of Consumer Bureau

Predatory lending and unfair banking practices were a hot topic in Charlottesville yesterday when community leaders and advocates met at the Jefferson-Madison Library to discuss consumer protection and defending Virginians from unfair banking practices.

The event included Pastor Joseph Chambers of the Buckingham County Board of Supervisors, former Sheriff of Fluvanna County Ryant Washington, David Irvin of Attorney General Herring’s office, Keo Chea of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Jane Dittmar of Delegate David Toscano’s office, Ed Mierzwiski of the Public Interest Research

Now onto taxes ...

Now that the health care vote has been delayed (for now), it appears that tax reform will move to the top of the agenda.

Just like with health care reform, the details are being kept hidden for now. No matter what plans are put forward, you can be sure that we at Fair Share will:

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