Obama unveils tax cut plan for middle class and seniors

Youngman, Sam
September 2007
Hill;9/19/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 107, p14
The article reports on the revelation by presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama on his plan to cut taxes for the middle class, seniors and homeowners in the U.S. However, Democratic rivals of Obama and some analysts questioned the specifics of the senator's plan. Furthermore, the candidate called for a four-part plan that would cut taxes for 150 million Americans by about $1,000 per household a year.


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