Faso Seeks Local Input on Tax Reform

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Washington, D.C., November 9, 2017 | comments
"It is critical that I continue to receive input from local residents, elected officials and business leaders, as we work to fix our broken tax code. My goals for tax reform have always been to get our economy moving again, increase worker paychecks, incentivize small business investment and ensure New York families are better off. I am committed to fighting for hardworking taxpayers and creating a fairer tax code for all."
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Washington, D.C. - Congressman John Faso (R-Kinderhook) announced today that he is hosting a series of live events with local businesses, elected officials and families and residents of the 19th Congressional District to discuss the tax reform proposals working through Congress.

Congressman Faso said, "It is critical that I continue to receive input from local residents, elected officials and business leaders, as we work to fix our broken tax code. My goals for tax reform have always been to get our economy moving again, increase worker paychecks, incentivize small business investment and ensure New York families are better off.  I am committed to fighting for hardworking taxpayers and creating a fairer tax code for all."

Conference calls have been scheduled with local Chambers of Commerce leaders to discuss the prospective impact on their businesses, with local elected officials and community leaders to discuss the prospective impact on local communities and governments, and one that is open to all residents of New York’s 19th District. Details to participate will be released on the Congressman Faso’s social media platforms.
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