Daily Archives: May 11, 2013

Comprehensive Tax Reform

We are hearing much about comprehensive tax reform.  Why would we want that and how likely is it?  Very unlikely.  Further, anything that the 113th Congress achieves is unlikely to be an improvement; more likely they would make the tax … Continue reading

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Ask Reed About Student Loans

Here’s another issue to raise with our congressman, Rep. Tom Reed, at town hall meetings: student loans. Student loan debt in our country now totals more that $1 trillion. This debt is a drag on family life and the economy, … Continue reading

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NYS Early Voting Bill–One Law Does Not Fit All

We have heard a lot about Early Voting in other states during last year’s Presidential Election. Many states were trying to reduce the early voting practices their states have previously enjoyed. It seemed that Republican led states, Ohio, Florida, and … Continue reading

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