Democrats stand against Republicans' National Sales Tax plan
1 day ago - By WGN TV
WASHINGTON - Democrats have come out to criticize the Republicans' National Sales Tax plan. They say the new plan will do more damage to middle-income Americans.
"This so called fair tax plan is the craziest yet," Senate Majority Leader Sen. Chuck Schumer said.
Democrats are railing against a new tax plan proposed by some Republicans.
"Who's sitting in some dungeon, some laboratory, some basement, cooking up these extreme ideas to try to jam them down the throats of the American people," House Minority Leader Rep. Hakeem Jeffries said.
On Wednesday, Jeffries and Schumer said they reject...
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