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    Jeff Merkley

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    Ron Wyden

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    Earl Blumenauer

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    Suzanne Bonamici

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    Jaime Herrera Beutler

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    Maria Cantwell

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    Greg Walden

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    Kurt Schrader

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    Patty Murray

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  • Close Corporate Tax Loopholes and Stand Up for the Middle Class!

    Started by Mike in Beaverton, OR

    To: Sen Jeff Merkley, Sen Ron Wyden, Rep Earl Blumenauer, Rep Suzanne Bonamici, Rep Jaime Herrera Beutler, Sen Maria Cantwell, Rep Greg Walden, Rep Kurt Schrader, Sen Patty Murray

    I urge you to stand up for the middle class and support closing corporate tax loopholes at the federal and state level, so that additional resources can be invested in public education and other services that build our communities. Corporate tax loopholes are costing our schools and communities resources that would help the next generation achieve the American Dream. At a time when middle class Americans and small businesses are suffering, large, multi-national corporations are earning record profits and paying little to no money in taxes that are intended to support the communities where they do business. Instead of robbing children of opportunities and services they need to succeed, corporations must invest in future generations by paying their fair share. At the federal level, support revenue positive corporate tax reform by closing the seven largest corporate tax loopholes, which would provide an estimated $1.487 trillion in additional revenues over the next ten-years. At the state level, support legislation that keeps corporations from shifting profits to low-tax burden states and require full disclosure of state and local incentives to corporations to ensure they pay their fair share to the states and communities where they do business.

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