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Effective IRS Actions Can Help Cut Deficit

August 17, 2017

During budget negotiations in the coming weeks, Congress should ensure that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has sufficient funding to effectively enforce the tax laws and improve taxpayer assist

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Swift Bipartisan Action Needed on Health Care

August 01, 2017
With the Senate’s failure to pass health care legislation in last week’s votes, Congress should turn to a bipartisan approach. This is needed both to fix the serious, short-term problems with health care marketplaces around the country and to propel health care cost-control initiatives over the longer term.
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A Q&A on Trump's tax plan. Brace yourself

August 23, 2017
New Jersey Star-Ledger
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If you are looking for straight talk on the country's fiscal crisis, the best place to find it is at bipartisan think-tanks, where experts are willing to face the daunting math, and challenge the p

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GOP Turmoil Over House Leadership Continues

October 13, 2015

Budget issues remain a central part of the debate as House Republicans struggle to find a new speaker, with conservative dissidents calling for leadership that will be less willing to com

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We Can’t Turn Back on Obamacare’s Turning Point

October 12, 2015

There has recently been a renewed focus on a key provision in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) -- the so-called “Cadillac tax.” The tax, which will take effect in 2018, attempts to limit the tax-free treatment of employer-provided health insurance benefits by taxing them above a certain amount.