Grover Norquist

President, Americans for Tax Reform

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President of Americans for Tax Reform, a highly influential, Washington, DC-based coalition of taxpayer groups, individuals and businesses opposed to higher taxes at both the federal and state levels; political columnist for the American Spectator

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