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  • May 04, 2007

    Dems Want You to Take a Hike

    The hottest domestic political issue of the coming two years will be federal income  taxes.

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  • Jan 26, 2007

    Health plan aims to reduce uninsured

    WASHINGTON - Get health insurance through your employer? The average cost of a  family policy is about $11,500, low enough to get you a tax break under President George W. Bush's new health care initiative.

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  • Jan 26, 2007

    Bush's Healthcare Proposal

    George W. Bush's proposal, unveiled in his State of the Union address Tuesday night, to change the tax treatment of health insurance, is worthy of some serious consideration. Bush would make the value of employer-provided health insurance taxable to the employee but would grant a $15,000 exemption for families and $7,500 for individuals for all taxpayers regardless of whether they have employer-provided health insurance.

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  • Jan 24, 2007

    A Spending Sham

    A fresh new Congress has come to Washington, run by a different party, with different leadership and very different ideas. The new House adopted tougher ethics rules for its members and hopes to get America out of the antiterrorism effort in Iraq; it voted to raise the minimum wage and reduce the interest rates on student loans; and it wants to roll back tax deductions for oil companies and force drug makers to reduce Medicare prescription drug prices.

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  • Jan 24, 2007

    Experts laud health care emphasis, disagree on deduction

    Health care experts in North Texas welcome President Bush's new emphasis on reducing the ranks of the uninsured, but they disagree over whether his ideas for expanding access to health care coverage are the right prescription.

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