Corporate coalition hoping tax reform still bipartisan issue

Becker, Bernie
September 2011
Hill;9/21/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 128, p16
The article reports on the effort of the Reducing America's Taxes Equitably (RATE) Corporate Coalition to push U.S. President Barack Obama and lawmakers to lower the corporate tax rate of 35% and eliminate credits and reductions for global competition.


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