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American Action Network Pushes Tax Reform with New Ad

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By    |   Wednesday, 11 October 2017 10:00 AM

American Action Network is launching a new digital ad to push tax reform to middle-class families in 42 congressional districts.

In the ad, a user searches "new tax reform plan in Congress" on their computer, which takes them to FairAndSimple.gop, the House Republican Conference site that outlines the GOP's tax reform plan. The user then searches, "How much will my middle class family save?" and is shown a Forbes story describing the plan as "a pay raise for middle class families," and that a family of four could save $1,223 per year, according to an independent study.

Lastly, the user searches, "How can I help pass tax reform?" which takes them to "PassTaxReform.com," an AAN website that shows Americans how to contact their congressional representatives.

"For too long, hardworking Americans have suffered under an outdated and unfair tax code. Families living paycheck to paycheck, working hard to get ahead, deserve some relief," Corry Bliss, AAN executive director, told the Washington Free Beacon. "The Tax Reform Framework released by the White House and congressional leaders is designed to lessen the burden on middle-class families. Now is the time for Congress to make meaningful tax reform a reality, allowing America's middle class to see more money in their paychecks and save for the future."

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American Action Network is launching a new digital ad to push tax reform to middle-class families in 42 congressional districts, The Washington Free Beacon reports.
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