2017 Politics open thread, May 28 — June 3

What political topics are on your mind?

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8 thoughts on “2017 Politics open thread, May 28 — June 3

  1. No kidding.

    “GOP’s Proposed Tax Changes Are No Match for Status Quo”

    It’s interesting that by far the most lucrative thing to cut would be the exclusion of employer-provided health insurance, which would presumably reduce the number of employers offering health insurance.

    This is WSJ article that I’m linking to on Google Docs.

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1spZfH3VUBmdq6PyW75lAtC7yK9h6KnlKenL1kPDxC1w8X_81Sb6P894RlkDpz7KeCEcfOnBeq_vhKn3y

  2. Thanks, RMS for figuring out a way to post WSJ articles for non subscribers to read. I think that a corporate tax bill with significant international tax reform could get through Congress. A repatriation holiday would generate enough revenue for it to score as neutral. I don’t think much in the way of individual tax reform will make it through.

  3. “cut … the exclusion of employer-provided health insurance”

    I’ll have to come to this later.

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