NCPA's Bartlett To Discuss New Poll On Death Tax
January 18, 2000
Washington, D.C. (January 18, 2000) -- Commonly known as an attack of the family farm, the death tax wastes resources, discourages work, savings and investment, and does virtually nothing to equalize the distribution of wealth. These are just some of the reasons that people from many parts of the country, demographic groups, and educational backgrounds feel the death tax should be abolished.
WHO: Jim Martin, President, 60 Plus Association; Bruce Bartlett, NCPA Senior Fellow; Kellyanne Fitzpatrick President, The Polling Company; Harry Alford President, National Black Chamber Of Commerce
WHAT: News Conference To Discuss Death Tax Poll
WHEN: Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2000; 11:00 A.M. To 12:00 P.M. Est
WHAT: U.S. Capitol, Room Hc-5