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D.C. Loses Olympic Bid, But Will Taxpayers Win?

by Michael Tasselmyer / /

Last night, the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) selected Boston to represent the US in its bid to host the 2024 Summer Games. The Massachusetts capital beat out San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C., which might actually be a good thing
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It's that SOTU Time Again

by Dan Barrett / /

As the President, Congress, and the media gear up for the State of the Union on the 20th, you can be ahead of the action! Submit your guess of how much you think the President proposes to change federal spending in his SOTU address.
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No Time Left! Help NTUF NOW!

by Dan Barrett / /

You've better hurry and make a tax-deductible contribution to NTU Foundation before midnight tonight! Help the cause of liberty while cutting down on your taxable income!
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Our New Year’s Resolutions for Congress

by Dan Barrett / /

We've already told you what we want from Congress for Christmas and what we personally resolve to do in 2015 but NTU and Foundation staff haven't given you our hopes for what the incoming Congress will do in the New Year.
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NTU and Foundation Staff New Year’s Resolutions

by Dan Barrett / /

As 2014 comes to a close, NTU and Foundation staff wants to share some of our New Year's resolutions with you.
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Christmas Presents from Congress: NTU and Foundation Staff Wishes

by Dan Barrett / /

Before NTU and Foundation staff took a day or two off for the holiday, I asked them what they would like to see from Congress. It's a diverse wish list and, oftentimes, items that Congress could act on without much political (or electoral) pain.
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Cut Down on Your Tax Bill Before 2015

by Pete Sepp / /

A look back on what NTU Foundation has accomplished in 2014 and how you can help us continue educating taxpayers in 2015.
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Vermont Abandons Single-Payer Healthcare Plan

by Michael Tasselmyer / /

Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin announced on Wednesday that his state will not pursue a single-payer healthcare plan amidst higher-than-expected costs. The plan would have called for a payroll tax of nearly 12 percent as well as higher personal income taxe
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Defend the Free Market with NTUF!

by Dan Barrett / /

A reminder to taxpayers everywhere that they can support the best research on government spending through 2 clicks when they shop on Amazon.com. Will you help NTU Foundation as we hold the 2015 Congress accountable? Opt into Amazon Smiles for NTUF NOW!
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Latest Taxpayer's Tab: 113th Congress Leaves Savings On Table

by Michael Tasselmyer / /

With the federal debt climbing above $18 trillion and a $506 billion deficit in 2014, the fiscal ink in Washington, D.C. remains red despite record levels of tax receipts. However, there are plenty of savings proposals left for lawmakers to consider befor
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