Trump-Republican Tax Giveaway Impact on Main Street Small Business Owners
Summary of Trump-Republican Tax Giveaway
Republicans jammed through the Trump-Republican Tax Giveaway to give a massive tax cut to wealthy donors and big corporations at the expense of Main Street. It balloons the federal deficit by $1.5 trillion, gives billions of dollars in tax breaks to corporations to outsource jobs, leaves 13 million Americans without health coverage, and Republicans want to pay for it with trillions of dollars in cuts to Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, education and other critical programs small business owners and our communities rely on.
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For Immediate Release
January 31, 2018
Contact: Corinne Horowitz
MINNEAPOLIS, MN -- Following last night’s State of the Union, Minnesota business owners took to Twitter to voice concerns about the ramifications for Main Street of the GOP’s new tax law and the most recent attack on immigrants.Read more
For Immediate Release
January 29, 2018
Contact: Angela Simaan
WASHINGTON, DC --- Ahead of the State of the Union speech on January 30th, Main Street Alliance small business owners across the country are weighing in on how President Trump’s first year is impacting their businesses and communities, and what they need to see in the year to come.
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