While a handful get richer through tax breaks and loopholes, millions of students and educators in our public schools are asked to go without.
Tag: tax fairness
Activists compelled the Obama administration’s new rules limiting corporate inversions, which drain resources that should go to schools.
In matters of state funding for K-12 education, good news is in short supply.
In a Clinton economy, the most privileged would pay their fair share, easing the burden on students and working families.
Unaccustomed to paying income taxes, GE and several other corporations threaten to walk out on working families in Connecticut in response to progressive tax proposal.
“The budget we passed today is irresponsible and fails to effectively invest in our future,” said Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md.
U.S. House and Senate GOP proposals protect handouts for those who don’t need them while shortchanging kids, schools and working families.
The House GOP unveiled their 2016 budget proposal that would cut billions from programs like education, healthcare and job training while protecting tax cuts for corporations and the wealthy.
Two Midwestern states demonstrate just how much a governor’s economic agenda can help or hurt students and working families.
The Ryan-Republican budget asks millions of public school children and their families to sacrifice even more on behalf of the nation’s most powerful corporations.