Smith Encourages Nebraskans to Submit Ideas for Tax Reform Using New Website
Today, House Ways and Means Chairman Dave Camp (R-MI) and Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-MT) teamed up to launch TaxReform.gov, a new website dedicated to obtaining input from the American public on tax reform. Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) is encouraging residents of Nebraska’s Third District to submit their ideas for reform using the new website.
“I commend Chairman Baucus and Chairman Camp; a Democrat and a Republican working together to advance comprehensive bipartisan tax reform,” said Congressman Smith. “I support their efforts and hope residents of the Third District will choose to get involved in the tax reform process by submitting their thoughts, ideas, and concerns at TaxReform.gov. Public comments will help inform the committees on the best way to create a simpler, fairer, and more competitive tax code.”
Developed in partnership with the Joint Committee on Taxation, TaxReform.gov will serve as a platform for the American public to weigh in on tax reform. Input from visitors to the website will be valuable to the House Committee on Ways and Means and Senate Finance Committee as they craft legislation. The site also incorporates many Twitter tools which allow the public to weigh in by following @simplertaxes.