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Positions and Views of Frank Lautenberg
on Taxes
Previous Candidate for U.S. Senate, New Jersey
Age: 90
Party: New Jersey Democratic Party
Phone: 973.639.8700
Address: P.O. Box 960
Cliffside Park NJ 07010
 
Frank Lautenberg's positions and views on the issues:
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Taxes Positions and Views
Taxes, a General Statement Senator Lautenberg has been a strong proponent of keeping taxes low, especially for middle class families. The 1997 budget law, for example, included significant tax cuts for families with children. Senator Lautenberg also supported tax deductions to offset college costs, and abolishment of the so-called "marriage penalty." And he voted against the two largest tax increases in American history, in 1990 and 1993.
Source: Candidate Website (10/04/2008)
Taxes Policy Senator Lautenberg has also been a strong proponent of keeping taxes low, especially for middle class families. The 1997 budget law, for example, included significant tax cuts for families with children. Senator Lautenberg also supported tax deductions to offset college costs, and abolishment of the so-called "marriage penalty." And he voted against the two largest tax increases in American history, in 1990 and 1993.
Source: lautenberg.senate.gov (05/04/2008)
Marriage Penalty Senator Lautenberg supported abolishment of the so-called "marriage penalty."
Source: lautenberg.senate.gov (05/04/2008)
Tax Credits for College Senator Lautenberg supported tax deductions to offset college costs.
Source: lautenberg.senate.gov (05/04/2008)
Business Tax Credits Nationally, he's promoted technology and investment by backing tax credits for investments in new businesses.
Source: lautenberg.senate.gov (05/04/2008)
R&D Tax Credit Nationally, he's promoted technology and investment by backing tax credits for research.
Source: lautenberg.senate.gov (05/04/2008)
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Tax Code
Income Tax Rates
Taxing the the Wealthiest 1%
Corporate Income Taxes
Taxes on Interest, Dividends, and Capital Gains
Estate Taxes (Death / Birth Tax)
Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT)
Extending the Bush Tax Cuts
Value-Added Tax
Tax Proposals
National Sales Tax
Flat Tax
Reforming and Simplifying Federal Taxes
Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)
Income Tax on Seniors
Tax Rates on Private Equity Funds
2001 Tax Cuts
Tax Credits for Health Care
Child Tax Credit
Tax-Free Savings Accounts
Corporate Tax Loopholes
Offshore Tax Havens
Oil Company Tax Breaks
Property Taxes
Internal Revenu Service (IRS)
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