The big news last week was about the Supreme Court hearing oral arguments over the health care reform law, but the Ryan budget was a close second. In a year in which we’re facing potential taxmageddon, it’s just one of several tax proposals. Unlike the tax proposals floated by Presidential hopefuls, like Herman Cain’s 9-9-9 plans, this one comes from the Chairman of the House Budget Committee.
Rather than go through the proposal itself, let’s just take a look at the analysis performed by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. As a bit of disclosure, Congressional Quarterly called them socially liberal and fiscally conservative.
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