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Wall Street Journal editorial board complains the GOP tax bill favors the poor and hurts the wealthy

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Wall Street Journal editorial board complains the GOP tax bill favors the poor and hurts the wealthy**

· *Republicans released their long-awaited tax reform bill on Thursday.*
· *The Wall Street Journal's editorial board said that while the bill has positive reforms on the corporate side, it does not do enough on the individual side.*
· *The board believes that the current plan favors the poor at the expense of the...
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