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Retailers use TV ads to fight tax policy plan
Mar 4, 2017 - The San Francisco Chronicle

Major retailers are staunchly opposed to the border adjustment tax, a provision of House Republicans' tax reform plan that would effectively add a levy on imported goods. After pressing their case on Capitol Hill and during a meeting with President Trump at the White House, the industry is taking the fight this week to a new front: TV airwaves.

The National Retail Federation, a trade group, is running an ad campaign that suggests to shoppers that this approach to corporate taxes would resu

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