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The two cousins who run the private equity giant KKR took home an astounding total of $327 million in 2013, new regulatory filings reveal.
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7 hrs ago | The Nation
Need help navigating the proposal federal tax system overhaul? Covington & Burling, a major law-lobbying firm in Washington, DC, sent out a client alert recently announcing that former Senator Jon Kyl stands ready to assist businesses seeking the best outcome of the legislative proposal led by Representative Dave Camp and Senator Ron Wyden .
10 hrs ago | MarketWatch
Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz says Republicans will repeal President Barack Obama's health-care law in 2017, if not before.
One of the most costly and widespread subsidies in America is finally being questioned in Congress – the deduction of home mortgage interest.
House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Rep. Dave Camp, R-Mich., speaks with reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington Feb. 26, 2014, to outline a major plan to rewrite the nation's tax code.
Many have taken issue with the taxes -- or lack thereof -- paid by companies in recent years, yet a plan announced last week by Congress is proposing major a change in what the biggest financial institutions will pay.
Barack Obama keeps saying there isn't a government program for every problem in America, but you wouldn't know it from reading his new 2015 federal budget.
Brady, the Texas Republican, is next in line to chair the powerful House Ways and Means Committee.
Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., chairman of the House Budget Committee, this week released a report detailing much of what's wrong with the U.S. government's 50-year-old war on poverty: In 2012, the federal government spent $799 billion on 92 often duplicitous programs that sometimes do as much to keep people in poverty as they do to help them out.
After a years of deliberation and many questions over whether or not the timing is right, Chairman Dave Camp of the U.S. House Committee on Ways and Means, which has jurisdiction of tax issues, released his proposal for comprehensive tax reform.
Nearly 18 years ago, when the Republican House Ways and Means chairman was an obscure third-term congressman serving on the powerful tax-writing committee, House GOP leaders were ready to throw in the towel on welfare reform following President Clinton 's second veto.
In 1981, Daniel Patrick Moynihan wrote, "Of a sudden, the GOP has become the party of ideas."
Rep. Dave Camp dismissed charges by Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank that his tax reform measure was not truly bipartisan and the House Ways and Means Committee chairman "deserves some of the blame for the failure to make it happen."
Davy Leghorn and Shaun Rieley from The American Legion's national staff join Ryan Gallucci from the VFW for a meeting with Rep. Erik Paulsen's staff member.
When House Ways and Means Committee chairman Dave Camp, a Michigan Republican, introduced a major tax reform proposal at the end of February, the entire tax policy world in Washington was set into motion.