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Monday, January 31, 2005

President's Tax Reform Commission To Hold First Meeting Feb. 16

The President’s Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform today announced that it will hold its first meeting on Wednesday, February 16 at 10 a.m. at the Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center Amphitheater, Concourse Level, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C.

From the Treasury Department press release:

The first meeting will provide an opportunity for the panel members to hear general background information about the federal tax code. This meeting is the first in a series of public meetings that the panel will hold before it submits its final report by July 31, 2005.

From the notice published in the Federal Register:

Interested parties are invited to attend the meeting; however, no public comments will be heard at this meeting. The public will be provided additional opportunities to submit comments regarding issues of tax reform at later dates. Any written comments with respect to this meeting must be submitted by mail to The President's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform, 1440 New York Avenue NW, Suite 2100, Washington, DC 20220. An electronic address will be provided as soon as it is available. All written comments will be made available to the public.

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I've asked C-Span to broadcast this meeting and if they do, I'll certainly be blogging on it. This, even more than social security, is the most important domestic issue before Congress in many years.

Posted by: Sunnye | Feb 11, 2005 3:53:23 PM