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7th Annual “No-Brainers” List: 10 Bills That Can Bridge the Partisan Divide

by Nan Swift / /

If Congress wants to rack up some wins for taxpayers, they should get these bills on the floor!
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Workers Have Real Reason to Celebrate This Labor Day

by Nan Swift / /

Good news for millions of workers nationwide: the job-killing "Overtime Rule" has been struck down!
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County With Over 5 Million People Latest to Institute Costly Soda Tax

by Thomas Aiello / /

Cook County becomes the largest government in the nation to enact a soda tax.
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NTU Applauds the Senate for Passage of the MOBILE NOW Act

by Thomas Aiello / /

The MOBILE NOW Act has passed the Senate and will now be considered in the House of Representatives.
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House Panel Begins Push for Tax Reform

by Brandon Arnold / /

Just over 31 years ago, President Ronald Reagan signed into law the Tax Reform Act of 1986.
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Department of Labor Reexamines Job-Killing Overtime Rule

by Jeffrey Freeberg / /

The "Overtime Rule" would hurt employees and small businesses, it should be repealed altogether - before it can strike again!
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New Documents Show Treasury Used Fannie and Freddie as an ATM

by Thomas Aiello / /

Newly released court documents disclose why Treasury seized the profits of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
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Senators Launch Bipartisan Effort to Secure Digital Privacy

by Jeffrey Freeberg / /

Senators look to expand privacy protections for individuals' electronic information.
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NTU Applauds Republican Study Committee’s Bold Budget Blueprint

by Brandon Arnold / /

Today, the Republican Study Committee (RSC), released a budget resolution that would reduce spending, enable passage of fundamental tax reform, and restore fiscal discipline to the federal government. The budget, authored by RSC Chairman Mark Walker (R-NC
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NTU to FCC: “Restoring Internet Freedom” Means Relief for Taxpayers

by Pete Sepp / /

Fewer regulations are the best way to achieve a consumer-first internet for all.
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