If Republican lawmakers are serious about tax reform that works for families, they should focus on improving tax credits and other benefits for low-income women and their children, a new brief from the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) argues. But NWLC analysis finds that both the House and Senate Republican tax plans would instead raise taxes on lower-income women and their families to pay for tax breaks for corporations and the wealthy.Read More
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