Last month, President Obama put forward a re-tooled version of his longstanding proposal to limit tax preferences for high-income households, presenting it as a way to help pay for his jobs plan. Although his proposal is not perfect, it deserves serious consideration as a way to narrow some of the economic distortions created by today’s tax code.
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