Dennis Van Roekelabout 1 month ago
Thankfully, some members of Congress are already paying attention. Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., has introduced the Stop Tax Haven Abuse Act, which would close many of the gaping loopholes that allow corporations to dodge taxes by hiding profits and shipping jobs overseas. It would raise $220 billion over 10 years to replace sequester cuts. Mindless, across-the-board budget cuts have already hurt our children. But will Congress ever get its act together and focus on the right priorities? That's the critical question.