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Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman Jun 14
"After refunds, the IRS collected about $93 billion more from individual American taxpayers...big businesses paid $91 billion less in taxes than they had in 2017." It's almost like there was a transfer of wealth... to corporations. 🤔
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Congressman Tim Ryan Jun 17
And the still hasn't paid for itself. This President has turned his back on hard-working American families.
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For Tax Fairness Jun 10
Flint, MI still doesn’t have clean water. Meanwhile, corporations just saved $91 billion in the . Here’s a thought: why don’t we in order to raise revenue to provide clean water for Flint, MI and stop children from dying?
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Jorge Jun 11
The Republican Party deliberately lied to the American people in order to ram through their . Now, they want to steal trillions from Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security in order to pay for the tax cuts that overwhelmingly went to special interests & ultra wealthy.
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Democratic Coalition Jun 11
Yet another company that raked in cash from the Trump tax plan laying off workers. Tell Congress to repeal the giveaway to the rich here:
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Tax March 🏳️‍🌈 Jun 13
. and the gave millionaires, billionaires, and corporations more than $1 TRILLION dollars in tax breaks. Meanwhile, people like John are paying the price.
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For Tax Fairness Jun 17
Raise your hand if you’re fed up with the lie of trickle-down economics! ✋🏻 Next time someone asks you what happened as a result of the , show them this video →
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For Tax Fairness Jun 11
Big Pharma got billions in tax breaks from the but keeps jacking up prescription drug prices for patients. The economic inequality we’re seeing in this country is the direct result of a that just keeps getting worse and worse.
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Bill Pascrell, Jr. Jun 15
When the histories are written the will go down as one of the most economically destructive and inequitable laws passed since since the robber barons.
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Steve Cohen Jun 17
It’s been clear since day one that the would not pay for itself. It wasn’t designed to provide the middle class with a break or create jobs; it was a massive transfer of wealth from working people to the major companies.
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Senate Democrats 24m
In 2017, John Cornyn voted for the , giving massive tax breaks to the biggest corporations and wealthiest few. Now the federal deficit is surging, and Cornyn is putting earned benefits like Social Security and Medicare on the chopping block.
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HolySpoons 41s
Yep. Because of changes in deductions, we paid quite a bit more. Thanks,
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Ohio Dems Jun 17
"As GM is closing plants, the company has spent $10bn since 2015 on stock buybacks, and made a net profit of over $8bn despite paying no federal taxes in 2018. GM reported a tax windfall of $157m in the first three months of 2018 due to the Trump tax cut."
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MoveOn Jun 17
Not only is Trump using his 2020 budget to pay for his , he's ADDING MORE tax breaks that mostly benefit the rich. All while shredding $`1.4 trillion from healthcare programs. Bad!
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Rep. Gwen Moore 12h
Create new giveaways for corporations and the wealthy, they said. Tax cuts will create new jobs, they said. It will help American workers and small businesses, they said. Americans deserve better than the .
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Roach 🇺🇸 Jun 18
2 for 1 Sale: claimed tax bill would boost jobs, AT&T to cut 2k jobs.
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The Trump Countdown 8m
Only 13924 hours until the end of President Trump's first term!
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Kansas Dems Jun 18
The for wealthy corporations is turning out to be double the size Republicans thought it was! The richest, largest corporations shouldn’t be paying less in taxes than working Kansans.
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For Tax Fairness Jun 18
Trump loves his tax cuts just about as much as he loves giving the rich and powerful more money. Oh wait…
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For Tax Fairness 21h
McConnell blocks all sorts of legislation to benefit working families, but when it came to the , which was mostly just a huge tax cut for the rich and corporations, he was all for it. Who does Mitch McConnell represent??
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