Tax reform may be the new puppy of politics: Everyone likes it in theory, but when it’s gnawing on your shoes, howling all night and having accidents on your carpet, things get a little dicey.
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Two-part series on government spending
Today, the Dayton Daily News examines the upcoming congressional debate on the tax code and the potential first major reform since 1986. On Monday, we will preview how Democrats and Republicans each have their answers to the budget crisis. Democrats want more revenue. Republicans want entitlement cuts. We review the pros and cons of each alternative.
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