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How Corporate Tax Loopholes Defund the American Dream

March 18, 2012 by twalker  
Filed under Education Funding, Featured News, Top Stories

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By Amanda Litvinov and Dwight Holmes As more middle class Americans than ever before wring their weary hands over whether to pay down their student loans or make their next mortgage payment, corporations are also experiencing a history-making moment. They’re sitting on record profits, and are taxed at historically low rates. Between 2001 and 2010, [...]

Corporate Tax Loopholes Under Scrutiny

January 3, 2012 by twalker  
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By Tim Walker As state governments struggle with bleak fiscal outlooks in 2012 and drastic budget cuts continue to take affect, many citizens still assume that lawmakers have tapped into every available source of revenue. Still, a creeping sense that not everyone has been paying their fair share has shifted the conversation. Widespread news coverage [...]

Will Corporations Ever Share in the Sacrifice?

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By Tim Walker Across the nation, public education, health care, and other critical services are getting slashed because, as many politicians love to say, “We’re broke.” Apparently it’s the fault of the middle class, so the burden of restoring fiscal stability has been placed on the shoulders of working men and women. It’s time to [...]