Making Ryan's Tax Plan Smarter

There's a better way to cut taxes. And Republicans are finally starting to figure it out. 
Paul Ryan seems like a friendly guy to make a deal with.

A few days ago, Representative Paul Ryan of Wisconsin waded into a debate among his fellow Republicans about how they should think about tax policy. His words carry weight among Republicans: They almost universally respect his judgment on economic policy, and partly as a result have decided to make him chairman of the tax-writing committee of the House should they keep control of it in November's elections.

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