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Result | Tax

Closing Corporate Tax Loopholes

No longer will a few powerful corporations get away with exploiting tax loopholes, thanks to a tax fairness bill we worked to pass in 2008. The new law will keep more than $400 million from being funneled to out-of-state subsidiaries each year.

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Result | Democracy

Getting Young Voters To The Polls

In 2008, for the first time in 20 years, the number of young voters going to the polls exceeded the number of voters over age 65. Our New Voters Project played a part in making it happen in Massachusetts, helping more than 10,000 students register to vote on Massachusetts college campuses.

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Result | Budget

Making Beacon Hill More Transparent

Where are your tax dollars being spent, exactly? Our 2008 report “Transparency.gov 2.0” made the case for bringing the state budget online, to boost accountability and efficiency in government spending.

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Blog Post | Budget

Testimony urging inclusion of budget transparency recommendations on ethics reforms | Deirdre Cummings

"I am here today to urge you to include transparency – in particular – budget transparency, in this committees recommendations on ethics reforms..."

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Report | Health Care

The Three Trillion-Dollar Question

This report discusses they key reforms that are necessary to get rising costs under control. We draw on existing research and our own analysis to estimate how much can be saved over the next decade.

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