Friday, February 28, 2014

How Bipartisan Tax Reform Went Bye-Bye

A year ago the near-impossible task of tax reform seemed to gain a bit of traction. Then all politics broke loose.

"The saddest part," writes Dana Milbank, "is that it probably didn’t have to be this way. There is a bipartisan appetite for something very much like what Camp proposed — coupling lower tax rates with an end to tax loopholes and giveaways to the well-connected, all without reducing the progressivity of the tax code."

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