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As Tax Reform Enters the Debt Ceiling Debate, A Look at Top Contributors to Key Lawmakers

Senator Max Baucus, D-Mont.
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September 25, 2013Republican leadership in the House of Representatives have bolstered the prospects of a major tax code overhaul proposal from Senator Max Baucus, D-Mont., and Representative Dave Camp, R-Mich., by suggesting that it be linked to legislation to lift the nation's debt limit. Over the years, the campaigns of Baucus and Camp have received millions of dollars from a wide range of industriesmany of which would have major tax breaks at stake in the overhaul.

Which industries have given the most money to the lawmakers leading the tax code overhaul? Read more

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