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News Release | U.S. PIRG | Higher Ed

Students Endorse New Senate Plan for Affordable Textbooks

Earlier today, Senator Richard Durbin (IL) and Senator Al Franken (MN) introduced the “Affordable College Textbook Act” that aims to make textbooks more affordable for today’s college students.

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Media Hit | Budget, Tax

JPMorgan Settlement Truth in Advertising Sought on Taxes

An aspect of U.S. tax law is being criticized by some lawmakers and consumer groups concerned that it may be worth billions of dollars for JPMorgan Chase & Co in negotiations with the Department of Justice.

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Media Hit | Tax

Senate bill targets corporations that deduct settlement payouts

JPMorgan Chase’s pending $13 billion settlement with the Justice Department has revived calls from some in Congress that corporations should be prevented from claiming tax deductions on such deals.

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Media Hit | Tax

We lost our house, the economy crashed, and you made a fortune. How much do we owe you?

JPMorgan should not get taxpayer subsidies for ruining countless people's lives. Its actions were not just the ordinary and necessary cost of doing business.

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News Release | U.S. PIRG | Tax

U.S. PIRG Applauds Bipartisan Bill Barring Tax Write-Offs for Corporate Wrongdoing

 We applaud Senators Reed and Grassley for introducing legislation to address the outrageous tax deductions corporations often take for settlements they pay for harming the public.

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