In statements Monday, Democratic presidential candidates
While other presidential candidates have proposed a variety of new taxes on the wealthy to pay for their proposals that include rebuilding the nation's infrastructure, improving teacher pay and providing low-income housing and affordable child care, the statements Monday by Biden and O'Rourke were directly aimed at rejecting large parts of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) that passed
Biden told a crowd in
O'Rourke on Monday offered his plan to invest
"As we pointed out in our recent "Fair Taxes Now" report, there are numerous ways to amend or repeal the Trump-GOP tax cuts that would produce up to
"Voters are hungry to see politicians unrig the tax system in
Go here for a compilation of recent polling on the TCJA and taxing the wealthy and corporations in general (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TqGIut1x0FDagAjjCFArlw_Y5xmd2w5CNmnyq-yJTtk/edit).
Go here for a new poll on public support for taxing the rich recently conducted by ALG research for Tax March and Americans for Tax Fairness (https://americansfortaxfairness.org/wp-content/uploads/ALG-TAX-THE-RICH-TAX-MARCH-APR-02-2019-MEMO-FINAL.pdf).