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It’s Not about Jobs: The Selfish Agenda of Six Pro-Tax Cut Corporations


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The TYT Army has done it again. Inspired by Jonathan Larson's work for TYT Investigates that shows how "trickle down" economics really just trickles up, volunteers compiled the latest fact sheet to help people understand just where tax cuts really go.

Some of the most vocal corporate advocates for the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) were Apple, FedEx, UPS, Lockheed Martin, Eli Lilly, and Stryker. They claimed that they would use their tax cuts to create jobs. However, before the passage of the TCJA, a TYT investigation uncovered a more self-serving agenda. Click here to read more.

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Many thanks to the TYT Army volunteers who made this happen: Jessica C., Bryce Platt, Michael Fredenburg, Rick Young, and Lena Plaut!


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