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President Bush Creates Tax Reform Commission

From the White House: President George W. Bush today signed the Executive Order establishing the President's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform. The bipartisan panel will advise the Secretary of the Treasury on options to reform the tax code to make it simpler, fairer, and more pro-growth. The President intends to appoint this distinguished group of experts to the Panel:

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President Bush Creates Tax Reform Commission

From the White House: President George W. Bush today signed the Executive Order establishing the President's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform. The bipartisan panel will advise the Secretary of the Treasury on options to reform the tax code to make it simpler, fairer, and more pro-growth. The President intends to appoint this distinguished group of experts to the Panel:

01/07/2005
President Bush Creates Tax Reform Commission

From the White House: President George W. Bush today signed the Executive Order establishing the President's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform. The bipartisan panel will advise the Secretary of the Treasury on options to reform the tax code to make it simpler, fairer, and more pro-growth. The President intends to appoint this distinguished group of experts to the Panel:

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President Bush Creates Tax Reform Commission

From the White House: President George W. Bush today signed the Executive Order establishing the President's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform. The bipartisan panel will advise the Secretary of the Treasury on options to reform the tax code to make it simpler, fairer, and more pro-growth. The President intends to appoint this distinguished group of experts to the Panel:

01/07/2005
Tax Reform Veterans See Hurdles Ahead

The two primary architects of Congress's last major tax reform say President Bush so far has failed to lay the groundwork for his ambitious tax agenda and will have to invest a vast amount of political capital to succeed in broadly simplifying the tax code.

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Tax Reform Veterans See Hurdles Ahead

BY Jonathan Weisman and Jeffery H. Birnbaum

The two primary architects of Congress's last major tax reform say President Bush so far has failed to lay the groundwork for his ambitious tax agenda and will have to invest a vast amount of political capital to succeed in broadly simplifying the tax code.

11/24/2004
Falling Flat

Matt Drudge got conservatives' hopes up for nothing Monday when he ran a story that Speaker of the House Denny Hastert planned to "push for replacing the nation's current tax system with a national sales tax or a value added tax." Unfortunately, Drudge based his story mostly on comments from the speaker's upcoming book, Speaker, rather than real indicators that fundamental tax reform is on the way.

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Falling Flat

BY Stephen Spruiell

Matt Drudge got conservatives' hopes up for nothing Monday when he ran a story that Speaker of the House Denny Hastert planned to "push for replacing the nation's current tax system with a national sales tax or a value added tax." Unfortunately, Drudge based his story mostly on comments from the speaker's upcoming book, Speaker, rather than real indicators that fundamental tax reform is on the way.

08/06/2004
CSE Members Attend Rep. Price's Townhall Meeting

On Monday, April 19th, Congressman David Price held a Town Hall meeting at Orange High School. You can bet that Orange County CSE was on hand with a few tough policy questions!

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CSE Members Attend Rep. Price's Townhall Meeting

On Monday, April 19th, Congressman David Price held a Town Hall meeting at Orange High School. You can bet that Orange County CSE was on hand with a few tough policy questions!

04/25/2004
CSE Members Attend Rep. Price's Townhall Meeting

On Monday, April 19th, Congressman David Price held a Town Hall meeting at Orange High School. You can bet that Orange County CSE was on hand with a few tough policy questions!

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CSE Members Attend Rep. Price's Townhall Meeting

On Monday, April 19th, Congressman David Price held a Town Hall meeting at Orange High School. You can bet that Orange County CSE was on hand with a few tough policy questions!

04/25/2004
Flat Tax Revolution

©2003 Copley News Service, 11/11/2003

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Flat Tax Revolution

©2003 Copley News Service, 11/11/2003

11/11/2003
Arizona Needs a Flat Tax

The state of Arizona has created a commission to examine their tax code. While the Arizona government argues that not enough tax revenue is being collected, the Goldwater Institute came out with its own policy study showing the opposite: too much money is being taken. Arizona’s revenues have risen faster than the Arizona economy has grown, proving that tax holes don’t exist. However, the state’s tax rates are still not competitive. Texas, Colorado, and Nevada are regional competitors that have more attractive tax structures.

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Arizona Needs a Flat Tax

The state of Arizona has created a commission to examine their tax code. While the Arizona government argues that not enough tax revenue is being collected, the Goldwater Institute came out with its own policy study showing the opposite: too much money is being taken. Arizona’s revenues have risen faster than the Arizona economy has grown, proving that tax holes don’t exist. However, the state’s tax rates are still not competitive. Texas, Colorado, and Nevada are regional competitors that have more attractive tax structures.

06/18/2003
Five Easy Pieces of Federal Tax Reform

© 2002 Copley News Service, 12/3/2002 I wasn't going to write about taxes for a second week in a row, but then I read Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill's interview with The Financial Times, which troubled me in light of several other recent signals indicating that the Treasury may be heading in what I consider to be the wrong direction on tax reform.

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Five Easy Pieces of Federal Tax Reform

© 2002 Copley News Service, 12/3/2002 I wasn't going to write about taxes for a second week in a row, but then I read Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill's interview with The Financial Times, which troubled me in light of several other recent signals indicating that the Treasury may be heading in what I consider to be the wrong direction on tax reform.

12/03/2002
No More Excuses

© 2002 Copley News Service, 11/25/2002 It's no secret that I have supported accelerating the phase-in of President George W. Bush's tax cuts or that I have enthusiastically advocated relief from the double taxation of dividends. I also am on record supporting shorter depreciation schedules in general and 100 percent first-year write-off of investment in plants and equipment by telecom and technology firms, not to mention lower capital gains tax rates.

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No More Excuses

© 2002 Copley News Service, 11/25/2002 It's no secret that I have supported accelerating the phase-in of President George W. Bush's tax cuts or that I have enthusiastically advocated relief from the double taxation of dividends. I also am on record supporting shorter depreciation schedules in general and 100 percent first-year write-off of investment in plants and equipment by telecom and technology firms, not to mention lower capital gains tax rates.

11/25/2002

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