Kick-Off for Tax Reform: Tackling the Tax Code
The Honorable Connie III
Chairman, Senior Policy AdvisorPresident's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform, King & Spalding LLPWashington , DC
The Honorable John
Vice-Chairman, Senior CounselPresident's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform, Patton Boggs LLPWashington , DC
Member, Sydney M. Irmas ProfessorPresident's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform, Public Interest Law, Legal Ethics, Political Science, and Policy, Planning, and Development, USC Gould School of Law, University of Southern CaliforniaWashington , DC, Los Angeles, CA
Member, Mitsui Professor of EconomicsPresident's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform, Department of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyWashington , DC, Cambridge, MA
The Honorable David
Comptroller GeneralUnited States Government Accountability OfficeWashington , DC
Dr. Jane G.
Senior Specialist in Economic PolicyCongressional Research Service, Library of CongressWashington , DC
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