Hatch Dispatch

Senator Orrin Hatch
2013-03-15 17:10:22
Dear Friends: Gun rights, tax reform, ObamaCare, welfare work requirements, entitlement reform, and legislation to conserve agricultural lands and boost rural Utah – were among the important issues at the forefront of my work in Congress this week. An agenda item certainly at the top of my list is tax reform. In a bipartisan meeting this week with the Members of the Senate Finance Committee, I joined Chairman Max Caucus (D-Mont) to lay out plans for the committee to begin developing a proposal to reform America’s tax code. A lot has changed in the 27 years since our tax code was last reformed. It is time to reform our tax system to meet the challenges and opportunities of today – not many decades ago. Reforming America’s burdensome and overly-complex tax code is an absolute imperative to build a strong and robust economy that will grow jobs, increase families take home pay and help our job creators compete in an increasingly competitive world. By bringing members of the Finance Committee together, we can hopefully move from just talking about tax reform and bring together consensus ideas to bring real reform to bear that American families and businesses rightly deserve. Over the next several months the committee will convene weekly to discuss the topics and collect feedback from members on a wide range of options for taking on tax reform. The discussion papers derived will cover an array of issues from across the tax code, including: examining the tax treatment of small businesses and corporate investment; families and children; education expenditures; different types of income and tax structures; international taxation; charitable giving and tax-exempt organizations; and many others. The end goal is a comprehensive tax reform plan that will help businesses create jobs, simplify the system for families, and give the nation a long-term economic boost. If you would like more information please read: Tax Reform If you would also like more details on the other important agenda items I mentioned above, you can access them at the following: Hatch on Judiciary Committee Markup on Gun Control Legislation Hatch Calls on President to Work with Congress, Find Bipartisan Solutions to Address Entitlement Crisis Hatch on Senate Democrats' Budget: 'A Cynical Political Document' Hatch Votes to Delay Implementing the President's Costly Health Law Hatch Says Growing Cost of Health Law's Premium Subsidies Should Be Part of Budget Debate Hatch Announces Amendments to Block Obama Administration from Waiving Welfare Work Requirements Hatch, Baucus Introduce Legislation to Conserve Ag Lands, Boost Rural America Thank you for your continued interest and support. Sincerely, Orrin Hatch Home| Contact Orrin | Unsubscribe
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Dear Friends:

Gun rights, tax reform, ObamaCare, welfare work requirements, entitlement reform, and legislation to conserve agricultural lands and boost rural Utah  – were among the important issues at the forefront of my work in Congress this week. 

An agenda item certainly at the top of my list is tax reform.  In a bipartisan meeting this week with the Members of the Senate Finance Committee, I joined Chairman Max Caucus (D-Mont) to lay out plans for the committee to begin developing a proposal to reform America’s tax code.  

A lot has changed in the 27 years since our tax code was last reformed.   It is time to reform our tax system to meet the challenges and opportunities of today – not many decades ago.  Reforming America’s burdensome and overly-complex tax code is an absolute imperative to build a strong and robust economy that will grow jobs, increase families take home pay and help our job creators compete in an increasingly competitive world.  By bringing members of the Finance Committee together, we can hopefully move from just talking about tax reform and bring together consensus ideas to bring real reform to bear that American families and businesses rightly deserve. 

Over the next several months the committee will convene weekly to discuss the topics and collect feedback from members on a wide range of options for taking on tax reform.  The discussion papers derived will cover an array of issues from across the tax code, including:  examining the tax treatment of small businesses and corporate investment; families and children; education expenditures; different types of income and tax structures; international taxation; charitable giving and tax-exempt organizations; and many others.

The end goal is a comprehensive tax reform plan that will help businesses create jobs, simplify the system for families, and give the nation a long-term economic boost.    If you would like more information please read:  Tax Reform

If you would also like more details on the other important agenda items I mentioned above, you can access them at the following: 

Hatch on Judiciary Committee Markup on Gun Control Legislation

Hatch Calls on President to Work with Congress, Find Bipartisan Solutions to Address
Entitlement Crisis

Hatch on Senate Democrats' Budget: 'A Cynical Political Document'

Hatch Votes to Delay Implementing the President's Costly Health Law

Hatch Says Growing Cost of Health Law's Premium Subsidies Should Be Part of Budget
Debate

Hatch Announces Amendments to Block Obama Administration from Waiving Welfare Work Requirements

Hatch, Baucus Introduce Legislation to Conserve Ag Lands, Boost Rural America

 

Thank you for your continued interest and support.

Sincerely,

Orrin Hatch

 

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