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Protesters Call For Tax Fairness At Oil CEO’s Home

Members of the 99 percent took to millionaire Chevron CEO John Watson’s home on Tuesday to protest tax loopholes for oil corporations and the extremely wealthy. Watson, who earned $1.48 million in 2010, has defended Chevron and the oil industry’s $4 billion subsidies. Many of these protesters were from Richmond, California, where Chevron now owes [...]
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