In a new report, my Urban Institute colleagues have estimated that a full-blown Medicare for All plan would increase federal government healthcare spending by a net of $32 trillion over the next decade.
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It turns out it’s complicated to tax a commodity that used to be illegal. States looking to legalize recreational marijuana might believe they're going after easy money. Think again. States that have recreational
Book finds rich and poor bear similar tax burdens; some economists disagree WASHINGTON—It is a tax policy question with a seemingly simple answer: Who pays what? In reality, how taxes are distributed income
Economists Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman of the University of California at Berkeley have a new book that has generated an enormous amount of attention. One key conclusion: The richest 400 families
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) significantly changed how families with children were treated under the individual income tax, but for many - changed what they owed in taxes very little. The (TCJA) doubled