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Lunch Links: Death to Estate Tax; Death to Michigan Tax Increase; Erroneous IRS Payouts into the Millions; Where State Legislatures are Up for Grabs

Today is October 13, the date in 1983 when the first cellular phone service became available to the public, in Chicago. Just this week, we released a report on cell phone tax burdens in each state; taxes and fees on wireless service are 18.6 percent of the average customer’s monthly bill. Here are some interesting links I came across: Killing the Death Tax Would Resurrect Growth: My colleague Steve Entin has an op-ed today explaining that Hillary Clinton’s plan to increase the estate tax to 65 percent would reduce GDP by 1 percent over ten years and slow wage growth.
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