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American Action Network Releases New Ad on Tax Reform

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By    |   Monday, 02 October 2017 08:00 AM

The American Action Network launched a new digital ad on Monday in an effort to push the Republican tax reform framework, The Hill reports.

Featured in the ad is Douglas Holtz-Eakin, president of the American Action Forum.

"The tax reform framework released by the White House, the House and the Senate is a commitment to fix our broken tax code and, in the process, fix our broken economy," Holtz-Eakin, a former economic adviser to President George W. Bush, says in the ad.

And he adds: "The promise of the framework to working families is: you're going to pay less in taxes. But the bigger promise is: you're going to pay less in taxes out of a bigger paycheck."

The group will spend six figures on the digital ad, which will run in 42 targeted congressional districts, including those being represented by members of the House Freedom Caucus and Republicans considered vulnerable in the midterm elections, according to the Hill.

"For too long, middle-class families have been living paycheck-to-paycheck, and have struggled to make ends meet," AAN Executive Director Corry Bliss said. "It's time for working families to see tax cuts that will give them peace of mind and help them save for the future. That's exactly what the tax reform plan released by the White House and congressional leaders will do."

Meanwhile, Not One Penny, a coalition of liberal groups, released an ad late last month calling the tax reform effort a giveaway to the rich, NBC News reported.

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The American Action Network launched a new digital ad on Monday in an effort to push the Republican tax reform framework, The Hill reports.
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