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Topic - David Lee Camp
Thanks to Obamacare, more people will find themselves without health insurance. It turns out President Obama's signature accomplishment was so badly drafted that businesses are likely to find it more cost-effective to pay a government penalty than provide insurance to their employees.
America needs to lower its corporate tax rate. Having the developed world's second most punishing levy just tells job creators that they're better off doing business in one of the 60 countries that have reduced their own taxes in the past few years. Capitol Hill is finally paying attention to this problem.
"The issue isn't should we extend benefits to the unemployed, the issue is should they be paid for," said Rep. Dave Camp of Michigan, the ranking Republican on the Ways and Means Committee.
"Most of these [changes] have never been the subject of any committee hearing or markup," said Rep. Dave Camp, the ranking Republican on the House Ways and Means Committee.