Global Minimum Corporate Tax Faces Strong Opposition

Ahead Of The G-7 Summit In The United Kingdom, A Recently Announced Agreement For A Global Minimum Corporate Tax Between The Biden Administration And Six Other Leading World Economies Is Facing Sharp Opposition From Republicans In The U.S.

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Biden’s $6 Trillion Budget Draws Pushback

President Joe Biden’s Latest Budget Proposal Fits The Model Of His Other Plans With Higher Taxes And A Spike In Federal Spending. But The New Plan Has Drawn Opposition Just As His Earlier Spending Proposals Have.

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Biden Agenda May Hurt Democrats In 2022

President Joe Biden’s Roughly $4 Trillion In Federal Spending Plans Could Cause Trouble For Democrats In The 2022 Midterm Elections, New Polling Suggests, Even Though Earlier Polls Indicate A Slight Majority Of Americans Support The Increased Spending.

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Businesses And Republicans Raise The Alarm Over Biden Taxes

As President Joe Biden Promotes His Several Trillion Dollars In Proposed Federal Spending, Republicans And Small Businesses Are Raising The Alarm, Arguing The Taxes Needed To Pay For Those Spending Plans Are A Threat To The Economy.

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Hagerty And Lee Urge Swift Action On Repairs To I-40 Bridge In Memphis

Following The Closure Of The Hernando De Soto ‘M’ Bridge Due To A Significant Fracture On May 11th, U.S. Senator Bill Hagerty And Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Are Urging Federal Involvement In Reopening The Bridge And Maintaining Infrastructure.

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Harris Touts White House Jobs Plan During Visit To New Hampshire

Vice President Kamala Harris Touted The American Jobs Plan During A Visit To New Hampshire On Friday, Calling It A “Once-in-a-generation” Investment In America’s Future.

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Biden Pushes More Audits, Higher Corporate Taxes To Fund Infrastructure Bill

The “Made In America Tax Plan,” Focuses On Raising Taxes On Corporations And Preventing Them From Moving Profits Overseas. The Plan Claims To Raise $2.5 Trillion Over 15 Years But the Tax Hike Has Raised Concerns From Economists, Republicans And Some Democrats.

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