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It's Time to Tax The Rich

Our economy is rigged—and for decades, it’s only been getting worse. Not since the era immediately before the Great Depression has the difference between the haves and the have-nots been as wide as it is today.

That’s why Tax March is launching the Tax the Rich project, to show every lawmaker in Congress and every candidate for president that the American people want the highest income earners and the wealthiest individuals to pay their fair share in taxes.

Tax the rich. It's just that simple.

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Our tax code is wildly unbalanced. We’re launching Tax the Rich to show policymakers that taxing the rich is good policy and good politics. Join us.

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Update |

With Congress moving toward negotiations on a fourth coronavirus relief package, Tax March has released a list of ‘Do’s and Don’ts’ to help ensure that future relief efforts go to average people and families, not big corporations. The last relief package from Congress included a corporate bailout fund that could be leveraged to $4.3 trillion, but only allocated a modest fraction of its funding toward, you know, actual people. So this time, we’ll be extra clear about what to do — and not do — in the next bill.

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