How to Help Prevent Tax Cuts for the Rich
Updated: November 10
Today the Republican-controlled Senate is planning to introduce its own version of a tax bill, setting up a fight with the House.
Tax policy is one of the most philosophically partisan issues. But setting aside party politics, here's what the current debate comes down to:
Should millionaires and corporations get a big tax cut funded by slashing tax benefits and social programs for the poor and middle class?
If you don't think so, here are some ways you can channel your inner Boston Tea Partier.
How to help stop another transfer of wealth to the very rich
See Vox's explainer here.
Follow #TrumpTaxScam on Twitter for real-time updates.
Sign the Not One Penny pledge.
Contact your member of Congress at 202.224.3121 or by using the tool hosted by the Stop Trump Tax Cuts campaign (which is powered by Americans for Tax Fairness, a coalition of 425 organizations).
Also: Trump's tax returns could tell us how much he personally stands to gain from tax reform. Join the Tax March's wild goose chase for his tax returns.