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At an estimated $1.5 trillion per year, tax expenditures are a significant drain on federal tax revenue.
The Tar Heel State is the only state still arguing over the current fiscal year’s budget.
Tax policy experts recently discussed the biggest challenges for implementing a wealth tax in America.
The administration's proposal seeks to reduce the deficit, claiming to accomplish this mainly through domestic spending cuts.
Cloud computing allows us to test thousands of tax policy variations in just a few hours.
A predictable funding stream is important for a successful census, but the 2020 Census has lacked this from the start.
The Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act is a step toward strengthening how the federal government uses evidence.
Evidence-based policymaking can help leaders meet policy goals by focusing public funding on programs that work and fostering deeper understanding of constituents’ needs.
The White House’s recent government reform plan and the president’s management agenda encourage the development of learning agendas.
The positive potential of Opportunity Zones depends on decisions made by America’s governors.

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