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Is Pence Selection a Shift in Trade Policy from the Trump Campaign?

by Clark Packard / /

Not only is Pence's record stellar on tax and spending issues, he's been an ardent supporter of free trade.
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Tennessee Senate Leader: Expand Broadband without Expanding Government

by Clark Packard / /

Four years ago, the National Taxpayers Union released a report, "Wired to Waste," that explored the impact government-owned broadband networks (GONs) have on taxpayers.
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NTU Rates Congress Archives: Mike Pence

by Timothy Howland / /

National Taxpayers Union looks back at Governor Pence's (R-IN) time in the House of Representatives and how he affected taxpayers from 2001 to 2012.
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Update on Pennsylvania Budget Situation

by Andy Truelove / /

Governor Wolf is required by the State's Constitution and Administrative Code to veto any budget in which outlays exceed projected revenue.
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President Pete Sepp Testified Before The House Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Tax and Capital Access Committee on Small Business

by Kate Hamill / /

Sepp highlighted the unfortunate reality that small businesses are the most likely to be audited by the IRS.
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Britain Looks to Corporate Tax Cuts to Spur Growth

by Nan Swift / /

Following the recent "Brexit," Great Britain's is making significant corporate tax cuts the centerpiece of a plan to "build a super competitive economy."
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Senate DOD Funding Bill Kicks Budget Gimmick Habit

by Nan Swift / /

Taxpayers were told it couldn't be done, no one could make cuts at the Pentagon. But one hard-working Senate committee made it happen.
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House Says No to Gas Tax Hike

by Andy Truelove / /

Falling fuel prices over the past few years have benefited Americans of all income levels.
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EPA’s Ethanol Decision Could Rain on Next Year’s July 4 Parade

by Nan Swift / /

Thanks to low gas prices a record number of drivers are hitting the road this weekend, but the windfall may be short-lived if the EPA has its way.
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Tariffs Are Taxes so Why Does Donald Trump Support Higher Taxes?

by Clark Packard / /

When levied on items entering a country, the tariff burden is passed along to consumers of the imported item – families and businesses – by way of higher prices.
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