Daily Clips: April 21, 2017

Trump tax plan to rely on future US growth to fund cuts

Republicans believe major tax reform would drive annual U.S. economic growth above 3 percent. But if anticipated improvement fails to materialize, the strategy could rob the Treasury of tax revenue and saddle the economy with bigger deficits and higher debt burdens.

Bill Nye Saves the World brings us an updated, unapologetically political science guy

Does the government subsidize low-wage employers?

America is regressing into a developing nation for most people

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray proposes income tax for city’s ‘high-end’ households

The end of men? Not in the retail sector

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Nick Cassella
Nick Cassella graduated from the University of St Andrews in Scotland in 2014. After graduating, he worked on the Initiative 594 campaign before joining Civic Ventures, where he now manages Civic Skunk Works' social media presence.