The House should vote to kill the death tax
Political parties may not agree on much, but one surprising exception in Washington is death tax repeal. Currently the top federal rate on the taxable estates is 40 percent, and it is one of the most widely hated and immoral taxes. When Congress comes back to Washington in September, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) should schedule a floor vote on Rep. Kevin Brady’s (R-Texas) legislation to repeal the death tax, H.R. 2429.This legislation sees overwhelming support both on and off Capitol Hill. The bill has 221 cosponsors, a bipartisan group that exceeds the number of votes required to pass on the floor…Read More
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