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The Late Edition: August 7, 2013

Christina DiSomma
August 7, 2013

Today’s Taxpayer News!

Earlier this week, a dispute between CBS and Time Warner Cable resulted in a channel blackout for millions of cable subscribers in Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles. As NTU’s Brandon Arnold points out, the confusing web of telecommunications laws regulations makes it far more likely that such a dispute will end in a stalemate.

The Wall St. Journal offers this in-depth look at what tax reform could mean for the average American taxpayer - and whether it’s likely such reform could become law.


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