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Eliminate special interest exemptions & corporate welfare

A fair taxation policy without prejudice or special interest exemptions means the tax code must reviewed and reformed to create a new tax system that will stimulate economic development, is fundamentally fair, eliminates corporate welfare, excludes loopholes, and would be sufficient to pay for essential federal government operations.
Source: Reform Party Platform at 2020 Convention; ReformParty.org , Jun 22, 2020

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