Seven policy groups with a range of ideological views are calling on Congress to reject legislation that would revive a set of temporary tax breaks known as extenders.
“Continuing to renew special-interest tax giveaways on a temporary and often retroactive basis is bad tax, fiscal, and economic policy,” the groups said in a Dec. 6 letter to House and Senate leadership. The groups include the Koch-funded Americans for Prosperity, the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, and Heritage Action for America.
The letter comes about a...
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