U.S. Sens. Mike Lee of Utah and Marco Rubio of Florida discuss an overhaul of the nation's corporate and individual tax systems during a Washington press conference March 4, 2015. Their proposal, which has not yet formally been introduced to Congress, would cut corporate tax rates and flatten the number of individual tax brackets.
U.S. Sens. Mike Lee of Utah and Marco Rubio of Florida discuss an overhaul of the nation's corporate and individual tax systems during a Washington press conference March 4, 2015. Their proposal, which has not yet formally been introduced to Congress, would cut corporate tax rates and flatten the number of individual tax brackets. By Chris Adams McClatchy
U.S. Sens. Mike Lee of Utah and Marco Rubio of Florida discuss an overhaul of the nation's corporate and individual tax systems during a Washington press conference March 4, 2015. Their proposal, which has not yet formally been introduced to Congress, would cut corporate tax rates and flatten the number of individual tax brackets. By Chris Adams McClatchy

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