Republicans to back Obama's student loan plan House Republicans are willing to give President Barack Obama a rare win, the chairman of the Education and Workforce Committee said Thursday in outlining a deal that would let college students avoid a costly hike on their student loans. More
GOP boycotts health care advisory board House and Senate Republican leaders told President Barack Obama Thursday that they will refuse to nominate candidates to serve on an advisory board that is to play a role in holding down Medicare costs under the new health care act. More
62 Percent of Americans Say They Favor a Flat Tax - REASON Online ... between people with high ... both a flat tax and to raise taxes on the wealthy is that ... tax” “Look at Romney paying ... income tax ... 04/15/2014 - 9:22 am | View Link
Tax Day puts good moods to the test - Charleston Post and Courier But as Mitt Romney reminded some wealthy donors nearly ... election, Romney paid a ... tax rates are too high today ... no income taxes pay ... 04/15/2014 - 6:28 am | View Link
Tax Day puts good moods o the test - Charleston Post and Courier But as Mitt Romney reminded some wealthy donors nearly ... election, Romney paid a ... tax rates are too high today ... no income taxes pay ... 04/15/2014 - 6:19 am | View Link
At First Debate, Mitt Romney Admits That He Would ‘Absolutely Not’ Support His Own Tax Plan I will not reduce the taxes paid by high-income Americans. And number three ... Romney’s plan is a clearly defined tax cut for the wealthy. Even if he closed every loophole that benefits the wealthy, he wouldn’t generate enough revenue to make up ... 10/4/2012 - 2:28 pm | View Link
Video: Mitt Romney Promised Tax Cut for Wealthy, Then Denied He Supports It However, during last night's presidential debate with President Obama, Romney said that he would “absolutely not” support a plan that cuts taxes on the wealthy, reports ThinkProgress.org. Romney said: "I will not reduce the share paid by high-income ... 10/3/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Watch: Romney Will Not Reduce Taxes Paid By Wealthy Americans Romney pledges not to reduce taxes that high-income Americans pay. Please select the following settings for your "My DailyFinance" quick view: My Portfolios Always Show Never Show Auto Open Closed Savings Challenge Always Show Never Show Auto Open Closed ... 10/2/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Romney Paid More Taxes Than He Owed One interesting detail is that Romney deliberately paid more taxes than he needed to in 2011, although on the campaign trail he says taxes on the wealthy are too high. He could have taken a charitable deduction of the $4.1 million he gave to charity ... 09/21/2012 - 4:20 am | View Link
Romney: Taxes on the Wealthy Are So High I Paid Extra Mitt Romney says that tax rates are too high—so high that he wants to cut them. So why did he deliberately avoid deducting charitable contributions in his 2011 tax return in order to pay a higher effective tax rate? Yet Romney just opted to shovel more ... 09/20/2012 - 11:50 pm | View Link
Have you ever thought youd see the mayor and council working together?, says the voice on a Detroit radio ad. No, we didnt. But this ad, set to hit Detroit radio airwaves April 21st features both Mayor Mike Duggan and City Council President Brenda Jones. The ad showcases the website buildingdetroit.org which features 12 city-owned properties in East English Village, each home waiting for an owner as long as they are willing to rehab the property and move in.
Yesterday, Ted Cruz had his first authored bill get signed into law, but the freshman Senator from Texas probably didnât too excited by the victory. Despite unanimous support in both chambers of Congress for the new law, President Barack Obama sounded less than enthusiastic about enforcing the bill he signed yesterday that would block the proposed Iranian envoy to the UN from receiving an entry visa to the US: Itâs the oddest of legislative couples: President Obama and one of his biggest critics, Ted Cruz.
We have eight million people signed up through the exchanges. That doesnt include the three million young people who are able to stay on their parents plan. It doesnt include the million people who benefited from expansions to Medicaid. So if my math is correct, thats 14 million right there.