Bipartisan, Bicameral Leaders Launch Tax Reform Campaign
May 14, 2013
Senate Finance Chairman Max Baucus, D-Mont., and House Ways & Means Chairman Dave Camp, R-Mich., have joined forces to launch an online comprehensive tax reform campaign aimed at bringing in families and job creators to weigh in on the conversation.
Developed in partnership with the Joint Committee on Taxation, TaxReform.gov offers tools to inform the public about why reform is needed and what actions are already underway. Additionally, visitors are encouraged to share stories and ideas about the tax code. The public can also submit comments via Twitter to the handle @simplertaxes. Lawmakers will use this input as they craft legislation.
ARSA has remained actively engaged with leaders in Washington throughout the comprehensive tax reform debate by submitting comments on the Ways & Means’ small business tax reform discussion draft.
ARSA urges its members to tell their story using TaxReform.gov.
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