Where do you stand on tax cuts for billionaires?

Saumya Narechania, OFA
2017-09-13 14:17:30
Friend -- This administration continues to prioritize the interests of the wealthy over those of millions of middle-class families. They're currently working on a plan that would give huge tax breaks to millionaires, billionaires, and wealthy corporations. The top one percent could receive nearly $200,000 in tax savings each year. But to make those breaks possible for the wealthy, the middle class will suffer the consequences. Key programs that families rely on could be on the chopping block -- elected officials are proposing budget cuts to Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security disability insurance, nutrition assistance, and programs that help young people pay off their college loans. If you agree that's unacceptable, speak up today. OFA supporters are participating in a national call-in day to let our representatives know where they stand. Be a part of it -- call a key representative and urge them to vote no on tax cuts for the wealthy: my.ofa.us/Call-A-Rep Instead, let's invest in our communities, and make sure we're expanding these key programs families and generations of Americans have come rely on. Congress should focus on making sure that the wealthiest among us and corporations are paying their fair share of taxes. It's up to all of us to send them that message, loud and clear. Today, take a few minutes to get in touch with a key representative and let them know where you stand on tax cuts for the wealthy. We've made it easy to get started. Call now: my.ofa.us/Call-A-Rep Thanks, Saumya Saumya Narechania National Issues Campaign Manager Organizing for Action
Let a key representative know how you feel about tax cuts for the wealthy.
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Friend --

This administration continues to prioritize the interests of the wealthy over those of millions of middle-class families.

They're currently working on a plan that would give huge tax breaks to millionaires, billionaires, and wealthy corporations. The top one percent could receive nearly $200,000 in tax savings each year.

But to make those breaks possible for the wealthy, the middle class will suffer the consequences. Key programs that families rely on could be on the chopping block -- elected officials are proposing budget cuts to Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security disability insurance, nutrition assistance, and programs that help young people pay off their college loans.

If you agree that's unacceptable, speak up today. OFA supporters are participating in a national call-in day to let our representatives know where they stand. Be a part of it -- call a key representative and urge them to vote no on tax cuts for the wealthy.

Instead, let's invest in our communities, and make sure we're expanding these key programs families and generations of Americans have come rely on.

Congress should focus on making sure that the wealthiest among us and corporations are paying their fair share of taxes. It's up to all of us to send them that message, loud and clear.

Today, take a few minutes to get in touch with a key representative and let them know where you stand on tax cuts for the wealthy. We've made it easy to get started.

Call now


Thanks,

Saumya

Saumya Narechania
National Issues Campaign Manager
Organizing for Action

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