Timothy Noah

Politico

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Timothy Noah is Labor Policy Editor for Politico and a senior staff writer at RemappingDebate.org. He is the author of The Great Divergence: America’s Growing Inequality Crisis and What We Can Do about It, a former contributor to MSNBC, and a former staff writer for Slate.

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The Republican tax bill offers most American taxpayers a cut in the short-term.

New tax bill, old inequalities

The Republican tax bill offers most American taxpayers a cut in the short-term.

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Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton rolled out her economic plan in Detroit    Thursday    morning. Donald Trump unveiled his plan there earlier in the week.

Why aren't the presidential candidates talking about the poor?

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Lame-duck President Barack Obama released his final budget proposal today. He said the aggressively liberal program "is about looking forward."

Obama's Progressive Budget Deal Snubbed by GOP

Lame-duck President Barack Obama released his final budget proposal today. He said the aggressively liberal program "is about looking forward."

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