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Nelson brings leading tax reform opponent to Florida

Ellie Hockenbury - November 20, 2017

While Senator Bill Nelson refuses to say whether or not he will support the Republican tax plan, his appearance in Florida with one of its leading opponents speaks volumes. When Senator Nelson and Senator Ron Wyden appear at this tax discussion today, you will likely hear any number of the Democrat talking points against the bill. What you won’t hear is the Republican tax bill is estimated to add 53,631 jobs in Florida and increase median incomes by more than $2,000. 

“That Senator Nelson needs a west coast liberal to help sell his party’s brand of obstruction shows that he knows this isn’t what Floridians want. Florida voters made it clear they support Republicans’ plans when they elected Donald Trump and sent Marco Rubio back to the Senate last year. It’s time for Nelson to work with Republicans to pass tax reform that will put money back in the pockets of Floridians and people across the country.”– RNC Spokesperson Ellie Hockenbury

 


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