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GOP’s two tax-cut wrongs won’t make their policy right
Two wrongs don’t make a right. Yet President Trump and Republicans in Congress seem to think if they give two huge tax cuts to the rich within nine months threatening vital public services for working families in the process it will somehow add up to good policy. It won’t. Last year, Republicans enacted a $2 trillion tax package that will eventually give over 80 percent of the benefits to the nation’s wealthiest 1 percent. Soon after, they laid out their plan for working families to pick up the tab through trillions of dollars in proposed cuts to vital services like Medicare, Medicaid, and education. Now they’re at it again, preparing to vote on another massive tax giveaway slanted towards the rich but this time it will cost more than $3 trillion. And the GOP is intent on making sure that working families carry this burden.
RAUL M. GRIJALVA
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