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Rachel Maddow's show gets the scoop by revealing Donald Trump's 2005 tax returns, or two pages of them anyway. And the story? Trump used a...
Steadman said the bill is a logical and practical response to the repeal of the federal Defense of Marriage Act this summer.
President Obama in his State of the Union speech last night laid out the no-brainer case again for deficit reduction through a return to tax code fairness. The speech came hours after multi-millionaire Republican primary frontrunner Mitt Romney released the low-rate, off-shore income tax returns he submitted last year-- returns that among sensible people will devastate Republican trickle-down economics talking points on tax policy and government finances. What else happened to Mitt Romney this week?
GOP gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes has released partial tax records to conservative Colorado Springs-based website The Constitutionalist Today. The site has not posted the...
Colorado Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis on the Caplis and Silverman KHOW radio show April 26, discussed his tax returns and addressed roughly $150,000...
On Monday, Scott McInnis campaign Communications Director Sean Duffy told the Colorado independent that McInnis's income from law firm Hogan & Hartson was reported...
According to partial tax returns reviewed by the Colorado Independent Monday, Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis has earned nearly $2.9 million since leaving Congress in 2005 and joining the law firm Hogan & Hartson. He has paid federal income taxes of just over $680,000, for an income tax rate of 23.6 percent.
The race for governor in Colorado took a turn this weekend, as the candidates released tax returns to the public. Democrat John Hickenlooper released more than two decades of returns. Republican Scott McInnis released only a couple of years' worth, and he released those returns reluctantly. Indeed, on April 15 he told Fox News Radio in Loveland that he wasn't going to comply with a Denver Post request to release his returns. "I'm not going to invite myself to my own beating," he told hosts Keith Weinman and Gail Fallen. Although the Fox News hosts didn't ask him to elaborate, media outlets and activist groups have taken up the cause.