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Tax March Presents: The Dos and Don’ts for the Fourth Coronavirus Relief Package

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
APRIL 7, 2020

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Tax March Presents: The Dos and Don’ts for the Fourth Coronavirus Relief Package

WASHINGTON, D.C. — 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.

Congress, while you’re figuring out what goes in the next coronavirus relief package, feel free to use the chart above. In fact, we — the millions of newly unemployed, the millions without health insurance, the countless people with mounting bills and diminishing paychecks — insist that you do.

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