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Why Isn't the GOP Worried about Voter Opinion?

Tax experts are in widespread agreement that the GOP tax cuts are bad policy -- a giveaway to the rich paid for by the middle class and poor, with little upside for the economy. But Congress writes legislation that experts hate all the time. What's really striking is that the people Congress is supposed to represent also hate the GOP tax cuts, with only around 30 percent of Americans expressing approval.
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