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The FIVE Most Shocking Things About Mitt Romney’s Tax Plan

The FIVE Most Shocking Things About Mitt Romney’s Tax Plan

Romney’s Ready to Hand Out Billions More to the 1 Percent

The Center for American Progress Action Fund’s Michael Linden, director of tax and budget policy, and Seth Hanlon, director of fiscal reform, took a closer look at Romney’s tax plan.

Here’s what they found in five quick charts.

IN ONE SENTENCE: Millionaire Mitt Romney’s economic agenda is of, by, and for the wealthiest 1 Percent of Americans — period.

Evening Brief: Important Stories That You May Have Missed

New Hampshire lawmakers are expected to vote on a bill as early as next week that would repeal the state’s marriage equality law.

The Palmetto State’s reputation for conservatism shouldn’t obscure the fact that establishment candidates like Mitt Romney can rely on it.

Rick Santorum reiterated his opposition to the existence of Medicare during a town hall in South Carolina Thursday morning, saying, “we should not have a government-run health care system on Medicare or anything else.”

An Arizona school district suspended its Mexican-American history department because of the state’s new law banning ethnic studies.

Veterans flood an Iraqi restaurant in Massachusetts to show their support after a rock is thrown through its window.

Ten years later, the No Child Left Behind policy ignores plenty.

Why don’t more women run for political office?

Revolving door politics: a top Bush-era financial regulator is now a top financial industry lobbyist.

The creator of 2 Broke Girls doesn’t find any of his show’s racial and ethnic stereotypes offensive.

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