Why Did Congress Write Such an Unpopular Tax Bill? Ask Their Corporate Donors
The Senate has just passed one of the most unpopular bills in recent history, one that raises taxes on American families in order to pay for a permanent tax cut for corporations. In fact, according to political scientist Chris Warshaw, support for the current tax bill “is lower than any major legislation passed in (the) last three decades.”
The question is: Why would Congress pass a bill that is so unpopular?
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