Fighting for a U.S. federal budget that prioritizes peace, economic security and shared prosperity
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Tax reform is back in the news, and last week we answered your questions about what tax reform actually means. "But wait," you said.
Simply put, because polls show that citizens like you overwhelmingly value government programs like natural disaster preparedness, early-childhood education, meals on wheels for seniors, clean water and air, repairs to roads and bridges, and veterans benefits. All of these are funded by taxes, and tax reform has the potential to ensure that our government raises enough revenue to fund the services that citizens overwhelmingly value.