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Topic: Corporate Taxes

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Tax The Takers More Than The Makers

Tax breaks for real entrepreneurs, not Wall Street

/ 93% Corporate Taxessponsored by aGREATER.US

The U.S. business tax system is upside down. Banks and insurance companies and law firms are "taker" businesses that just shift ownership of things that already exist, and they use campaign contributions to bribe...view entire bill

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Charitable Contribution Parity Act

Helps struggling nonprofits & small businesses

/ 87% Corporate Taxessponsored by aGREATER.US

H.R. 2592: Tax relief for strapped small businesses. Free products for struggling charities. Nothing goes to waste! Congressman Aaron Schock (IL-18) is the sponsor of this bill. Bobby Schilling (IL-17) and Danny Davis...view entire bill

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Equal Justice for DC & the Territories

Electoral and Tax Reform for 4 Million U.S. Citizens

/ 84% Governmentsponsored by David Itkin

The citizens of the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the other U.S Territories’ have no voting representation in Congress. Local governments elected by the citizens of the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico...view entire bill

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Sin-Tax Wall Street Cyborg Traders

But wealth creation is good!

/ 77% Deficit (Taxes) sponsored by aGREATER.US

You’ve probably seen the bumper sticker “No Farms, No Food,” recent attacks on Wall Street, while many aspects are certainly valid, might suggests a bumper sticker, “No Risk, No Jobs” which is the same as “No...view entire bill

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CEO Compensation Corp. Tax Adjustment

Equitable compensation has its rewards.

/ 62% Corporate Taxessponsored by Roger Wilcox

CEO pay has increased dramatically over the past thirty years. In the early 1980's, the average CEO earned 42 times that of the average employee. Today, depending on the timeframe of the study, CEO's "now" earn 280 to...view entire bill