Getting to Yes on Tax Reform: What Lessons Can Congress Learn from the Tax Reform Act of 1986?
- Orrin G. Hatch (R - UT)
- Ron Wyden (D - OR)
The Honorable Bob
Former ChairmanUnited States Senate Committee on FinancePortland , OR
The Honorable Bill
Former MemberUnited States Senate Committee on FinanceNew York , NY
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