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  1. Marco Rubio lays out ambitious tax reform plan with Mike LeeRead the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | Washington Examiner

    Republican Sens. Marco Rubio and Mike Lee unveiled Wednesday the outline of a tax reform plan they say is meant to spur economic growth and provide relief to working families, and one that could also serve as a template for Rubio's campaign if he proceeds with a presidential run. "The sum of this plan is the hope of triggering economic growth," Rubio, who represents the state of Florida, told reporters while introducing the plan in the Capitol Wednesday.

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  2. Rubio-Lee tax plan rewards investors, parents, businessesRead the original story w/Photo

    47 min ago | Norwalk Citizen News

    With an eye toward a possible run for the White House, Republican Sen. Marco Rubio signed onto an extensive plan Wednesday to cut taxes for investors, parents and businesses in an effort to spur economic growth and create jobs. The plan would likely add billions to the national debt, though no official assessment has been done.

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  3. Rubio, Lee Unveil Tax Code Overhaul, Welcome CriticsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Roll Call

    The Florida Republican joined Sen. Mike Lee , R-Utah, to present an outline for overhauling the tax code Wednesday morning that - scored statically and in a vacuum - would be sure to reduce the government's revenue by tens of billions of dollars and eliminate or restrict a slew of popular tax credits and deductions. But, the pair is floating a white paper and welcoming the critics, even if it would expose them to criticism in future political endeavors.

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  4. Rubio and Lee pitch rate-cutting tax planRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | CBS News

    Republican Sens. Marco Rubio of Florida and Mike Lee of Utah unveiled a tax plan Wednesday they say will boost growth by slashing rates on both corporations and individuals. Rubio, who is considering a presidential bid , said he would include the proposal in his platform - whether he runs for president or seeks another term as senator.

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  5. Break Up the Higher-Ed Cartel Ron DeSantis 13 minutes ago Usually...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | National Review Online

    But in higher education, the exact opposite appears to be happening. The cost of college rises every year, forcing millions of Americans to take on a tremendous amount of debt.

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  6. Sen. Marco Rubio outlines sweeping tax proposal with Utah Sen. Mike LeeRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | St. Petersburg Times

    Sen. Marco Rubio, the Florida Republican nearing a run for president, outlined Wednesday a sweeping tax plan that would reduce the corporate tax rate to 25 percent and streamline individual tax rates to 15 percent and 35 percent. Rubio released the "pro-growth, pro-family" tax reform plan with Sen. Mike Lee of Utah, but the lawmakers indicated they are not close to introducing legislation, adding to a line of ideas Rubio has floated in the past year or so.

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  7. UPDATE 1-Rubio says spending cuts must accompany tax overhaulRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Reuters

    U.S. Senator Marco Rubio, a likely Republican presidential candidate in 2016, on Wednesday unveiled a plan to reduce taxes for multinational corporations and parents, but it would widen federal budget deficits without cuts to popular health and retirement programs. The Florida senator's tax plan, introduced with Utah Republican Senator Mike Lee, would close loopholes and simplify the U.S. tax code, introduce new deductions for parents.

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  8. Sens. Rubio, Lee float tax plan to cut corporate rates, individual bracketsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Miami Herald

    Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., and Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah outlined details of a tax overhaul that would reduce the number of tax brackets for individuals and drop corporate tax rates, all in an attempt to boost economic growth. While the proposal has been in the works for months , Wednesday is the first time the two Republican senators have put details to many of the proposals they envision.

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  9. The Rubio - Lee tax overhaul plan isa better than nothingRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Hot Air

    I know that a lot of tax reform hawks were hoping for more of a complete overhaul, perhaps taking the form of an entirely new system which replaces the progressive tax code with a completely alternate structure. It doesn't look like that will be happening any time soon, but Marco Rubio and Mike Lee are at least looking at some simplifications .

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  10. The Rubio-Lee tax planRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Sens. Mike Lee and Marco Rubio have rolled out a tax plan they bill as pro-growth and pro-family. That in and of itself is significant in that a policy spat of sorts had broken out in the GOP between those who see economic growth as the overriding value in tax reform and those who seek enhanced growth but also some middle-class tax relief.

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  11. Rubio unveils tax planRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    One part of Rubio's new plan would reduce seven tax brackets for income tax to two: 15 percent and 35 percent. Just weeks before he's expected to launch a presidential campaign, Sen. Marco Rubio teamed up on Wednesday with GOP colleague Mike Lee to unveil a comprehensive set of proposals to overhaul the tax code.

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  12. Senators Rubio, Lee push U.S. tax plan to cut corporate ratesRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | WNFL-AM Green Bay

    Republican Senators Marco Rubio and Mike Lee proposed a tax reform plan on Wednesday they said would help drive long-term growth by reducing the top corporate rate and simplifying rates for other taxpayers. Writing in the Wall Street Journal, the two conservative lawmakers said their plan would lower the maximum tax rate for companies to 25 percent from 35 percent.

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  13. Rubio, Lee offer details on tax plan that would cut corporate, individual ratesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | McClatchy

    While the proposal has been in the works for months , Wednesday is the first time the two Republican senators have put details to many of the proposals they envision. It's not yet a formal bill, however, and Rubio's office said this week that legislation won't be introduced at this time.

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  14. Marco Rubio, Mike Lee Push Plan To Cut Corporate TaxesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Switched

    Republican Senators Marco Rubio and Mike Lee proposed a tax reform plan on Wednesday they said would help drive long-term growth by reducing the top corporate rate and simplifying rates for other taxpayers. Writing in the Wall Street Journal, the two conservative lawmakers said their plan would lower the maximum tax rate for companies to 25 percent from 35 percent.

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  15. Ponnuru: Lee has a tax plan Republicans should loveRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune

    Sens. Mike Lee and Marco Rubio have come up with the most pro-growth tax reform since Calvin Coolidge's presidency. That's a point that could easily get lost in the intra-party debate over their plan - a debate that could shape the next presidential race and influence conservative policy for years to come.

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  16. Marco Rubio, Mike Lee rolling out tax code overhaulRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Washington Times

    GOP Sens. Marco Rubio of Florida and Mike Lee of Utah are rolling out an overhaul of the tax code on Wednesday that, among other things, consolidates existing tax brackets and provides for a per-child credit for parents. The two Republicans offered a preview of their plan in a Wall Street Journal piece, writing that restoring shared prosperity that comes with a strong economy "requires reforming the most antiquated and dysfunctional government policies, beginning with the federal tax system."

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  17. Rubio, Lee Introduce 'Pro-Growth, Pro-Family' Tax ReformRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Weekly Standard

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  18. My view: A bipartisan fix for our email privacy lawsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Deseret News

    In this era of gridlock, protecting our right to keep private the things we communicate and store online is one of the few issues that seems to unite people of all political leanings and interests. In this era of gridlock, protecting our right to keep private the things we communicate and store online is one of the few issues that seems to unite people of all political leanings and interests.

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  19. Rubio Tax Plan Expands Business Deduction, Gives Family CreditRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | News Max

    Businesses could deduct investments immediately and families would get a new $2,500 tax credit per child under a tax proposal being released Wednesday by Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, a potential Republican presidential candidate. The plan would cut the tax rate on business income to 25 percent and the top income tax on individuals to 35 percent from 39.6 percent, according to an opinion piece Rubio and Sen. Mike Lee, a Utah Republican, wrote in The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday.

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  20. In our opinion: Talking of tax reform and income inequality is a good first stepRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Deseret News

    The debate attending tax-code proposals addressing income inequality is healthy and encouraging. It demonstrates an awakening to the problem of limited mobility among classes of citizens, which leads to intergenerational poverty.

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