Representation Without Taxation
After failing to repeal Obamacare, the Trump Administration is turning its attention to tax reform.
That could be just as tough a sell. The White House has just scrapped the campaign version of its tax plan, making passage by August unlikely.
Also, it turns out the other tax story isn't going away.
Apparently people still want to know what's in Mr. Trump's tax returns.
Until Turbo Tax gets hacked, their best bet for transparency may be this weekend's Tax March.
How to help the wild goose chase for Trump's tax returns
After filing your own return, put on your marching shoes and join the Tax March on April 15 in Washington DC and in cities all over the country.
Call the White House at 202.456.1111 and ask when it will respond to the petition on its website calling for the immediate release of Trump's full tax returns. (The White House website promised an official response after more than 1 million people signed the petition in less than a month.)