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If The GOP Must Cut Taxes As Part of Its Health Plan, Why Not Help Middle-Income Households?

If The GOP Must Cut Taxes As Part of Its Health Plan, Why Not Help Middle-Income Households? Let’s say you want to cut about $1...
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If The GOP Must Cut Taxes As Part Of Its Health Plan, Why Not Help Middle-Income Households?

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Congressional Republicans are aiming to cut about $1 trillion in spending from Medicaid, subsidies for private insurers, and other programs that benefit low- and moderate-income people. Why not target their accompanying tax cuts to ...

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