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NTU Urges Congress to Pass Bill to Protect Consumers from Predatory Download Taxes

by Clark Packard / /

NTU writes to urge your support in passing the Digital Goods and Services Tax Fairness Act, H.R. 1643.
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Issue Brief 

California Taxpayers Have Major Questions to Answer This Fall

by Clark Packard / /

California taxpayers should be wary of three propositions in particular.
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Blog 

WHO Calls for Massive Regressive Tax Hikes

by Clark Packard / /

Earlier this week, the World Health Organization called for a tax of between 20 to 50 percent on sugar-sweetened drinks.
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Blog 

New Study Highlights More Bad News for Wireless Users

by Clark Packard / /

The study should serve as a wakeup call to policymakers to look at ways of cutting taxes and fees in order to further expand wireless connectivity.
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Blog 

D.C. Circuit Strikes Down CFPB Leadership Structure

by Clark Packard / /

In its decision, the D.C. Circuit struck down the CFPB's leadership structure as unconstitutionally abridging the separation of powers.
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Letters 

Require Comptroller General to Deliver Fiscal State of the Union

by Clark Packard / /

Open Letter to the House of Representatives:
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Vote Alert 

NTU Supports Legislation to Spur Small Business Investment

by Clark Packard / /

NTU urges all Representatives to vote "YES" on the "Accelerating Access to Capital Act" and the "Investment Advisers Modernization Act of 2016."
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Blog 

Irresponsible TPP Letter Misses the Mark on Trade

by Clark Packard / /

Yesterday, a group of six Republican members of Congress sent a letter to President Obama demanding his administration renegotiate the TPP.
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Blog 

2016 Democratic Party Platform – Financial Services

by Clark Packard / /

Dodd-Frank, passed in 2010, dramatically overhauled America's financial sector, yet economic growth has been sclerotic and capital remains sidelined.
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Press Mentions 

Is Hillary Clinton a Free Trader?

by Clark Packard / /

After resigning as Secretary of State, Clinton began preparing to run for president.
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