It looks like Eli Lilly and Company thinks tax reform wasn’t “wrong for Hoosiers.” Lilly, one of Indiana’s largest employers, opened a new $75 million research facility, in which Lilly’s CEO Dave Ricks claimed:
"Congress and this (presidential) administration have enhanced our ability to acquire and develop US born innovation," he said. "The tax reforms they've adopted place US companies like Lilly on a level playing field with our global peers."
This is just the latest example of how wrong Joe Donnelly was by choosing to obstruct the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
“You continue to see so many of Indiana’s largest employers putting direct investments into Indiana and benefits into Hoosiers pockets thanks to tax reform. Joe Donnelly is going to have a rough time continuing to tell people that tax reform was wrong for Hoosiers, because in reality, it’s clearly Donnelly who has been wrong for Indiana, not the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.” –RNC Spokesperson Michael Joyce
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