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Thursday, June 7, 2012

House Holds Hearing Today on Framework for Evaluating Expiring Tax Provisions

House LogoThe Subcommittee on Select Revenue Measures of the House Ways & Means Committee holds a hearing today on Framework for Evaluating Certain Expiring Tax Provisions:

The hearing will explore ideas on the framework that Congress should use to evaluate tax extenders, the principles of good tax policy that Congress should apply during this evaluation, and the specific metrics against which Congress should test the merits of particular provisions. While the hearing is not intended to focus on specific tax extenders, individual provisions may be discussed for the purpose of illustrating how to use such principles and metrics.

  • Joint Committee on Taxation, List Of Expiring Federal Tax Provisions 2011-2022 (JCX-1-12)
  • Alex Brill (Research Fellow, American Enterprise Institute)
  • Aaron Gornstein (Undersecretary for Housing & Community Development, Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development)
  • Donald B. Marron (Director, Tax Policy Center, The Urban Institute)

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