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Senate Democrats Nov 17
Yesterday, Republicans admitted they weren't interested in bipartisanship on .
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Senate Finance Cmte Nov 16
CC: Gary Cohn, , and Kevin Hassett
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Ron Wyden Nov 16
FACT CHECK – The Senate child tax credit does NOT help lower income Americans. , and have an amendment to help all families.
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Ron Wyden Nov 15
Tonight gave Republicans a chance to protect Social Security and Medicare from cuts caused by their plan. They voted NO.
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Ron Wyden Nov 15
I can’t say it enough. TEMPORARY tax cuts for the middle class to pay for PERMANENT tax cuts for multinational corporations is wrong. That’s the .
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Ron Wyden Nov 15
I’m back in on markup day 3 to protect the middle class and wage earning Americans from a that gets worse by the hour. My staff will be providing updates here. Tune in:
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Senate Finance Cmte Nov 13
.: There is still an opportunity to work on a bipartisan basis -- the way Ronald Reagan did it. It means sitting down and spending the necessary time to make sure your bill doesn’t hurt the middle class.
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Senate Finance Cmte Nov 13
Americans are sick of watching corporations ship jobs overseas, abuse unfair loopholes, & shift their profits to fake headquarters on zero-tax islands. Multinational corporations will get a big reward for doing business overseas - not job creation here in the US.
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Senate Finance Cmte Nov 13
While corporations are celebrating a lavish holiday gift of trillions of dollars in tax cuts, middle class families will be hoping they’re lucky enough to avoid the ’s unaffordable tax hike.
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Senate Finance Cmte Nov 13
There’s a massive gap between the Republican rhetoric surrounding the bill & the reality of what’s on paper. For millions in the middle class, the won’t be a tax cut at all – it’s a tax increase.
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Senate Finance Cmte Nov 13
❌ Eliminates deductions that pay for schools, police & roads ❌ Sends red, white & blue jobs overseas ❌ Gives massive handout to corporations ❌ Puts Medicare, Medicaid & social security at risk ➡️ Join the Senate Finance Committee markup
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Lily Batchelder Nov 12
New JCT estimates: Only 36% of families earning less than $200K get a meaningful tax cut under the Senate plan, but 78% of millionaires do. Average tax cut for millionaires = $48,680!
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Senate Finance Cmte Nov 13
Ranking member and Senate Democrats will be holding Senate Republicans accountable. A plan that increases taxes on working Americans and gives massive handouts to multinational corporations is a tax scam.
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Senate Finance Cmte Nov 13
Today begins the markup of the :
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Senate Finance Cmte Nov 13
Senate Republicans are recklessly rushing through a that puts the economic security of millions of wage earning and middle class Americans at risk.
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Senate Finance Cmte Nov 9
ICYMI: remarks on Senate Republicans doubling down on their gamble with middle class family budgets to pay for massive handouts to big corporations and tax cheats.
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Senate Finance Cmte Nov 9
The Senate Republicans’ Tax Bill is a massive con job on the middle class. and are sharing what they know about the :
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Senate Finance Cmte Nov 8
Democrats are sending a clear message to Republicans: Put your corporate handout where your mouth is. Join as he speaks out against the .
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Senate Finance Cmte Nov 7
There hasn’t been a single hearing on the GOP plan & Republicans haven't engaged with Dems in bipartisan process on tax reform.
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Senate Finance Cmte Nov 7
Republicans are abandoning regular order by rewriting America’s entire economy in secret. It’s legislative malpractice.
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