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Lunch Links: Hillary Clinton Proposes Expanded Child Tax Credit and How She'll Pay for It; Buffett Rebuts Assertions about His Taxes Made by Trump; Still No Pledge from Trump Not to Raise Taxes

Today is October 11, the date in 1311 when a series of Ordinances were published after their approval by English lords sitting as a Parliament and King Edward II. The ordinances limited royal authority over appointments, taxation, and spending; one notable regulation was that royal revenue go to the exchequer rather than directly to the royal household. The ordinances were repealed in 1322 and never reissued but set a precedent that a gathering of officials in Parliament could check the authority of the King.
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