Romney and Obama Can Agree on Taxes. Why Can’t Congress?by
Diametrically opposed as the tax plans of President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney may be, one area of agreement is emerging: The government needs to limit the countless deductions, exclusions, exemptions and credits that cost the U.S. more than $1 trillion in revenue every year.
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