The Republican tax proposal, criticized as a giveaway to the rich, wouldn’t hurt those with low incomes, but rather provide a small tax cut, a Washington tax watchdog says. The Tax Foundation, in a new report, also says the GOP plan would shift some of the tax burden to those in the top fifth of...
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