Here are highlights from Clinton’s speech: “We need to grow the economy and we need to make it fairer. The tide is not rising fast enough, and it’s certainly not lifting all boats. Since the crash, too many of the gains have gone to the top one percent.”
Tax Foundation gave her initial tax plan a tax increase based on dynamic scoring of $191 billion over the next decade. There aren’t specifics outlined in her speech that would necessarily change this estimate, but there are a number of additional expenditures…
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