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Thursday, July 14 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Tax Reform: Improving Economies, Empowering Lives (Joseph Henchman, Scott Hodge, Brad Lips)

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Joseph Henchman

Vice President, Tax Foundation
Joe Henchman is Vice President at the Tax Foundation, where he analyzes state tax trends, constitutional issues, and tax law developments. He has testified or presented to officials in 31 states, testified before Congress six times, and has written over 75 major studies on tax policy. He previously worked in the historic 2003 California recall election, organized rallies against wasteful spending and the curfew law in his native San Diego, and in... Read More →
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Scott Hodge

President, Tax Foundation
Scott Hodge is president of the Tax Foundation, where he has made it one of the most influential organizations on tax policy in Washington and in state capitals. He was the creative force behind the Tax Foundation’s Taxes and Growth Dynamic Tax Modeling project and the State Business Tax Climate Index, two programs that are changing the terms of the tax debate at the federal and state level. Scott previously helped found the Heartland... Read More →
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Brad Lips

CEO, Atlas Network
Brad Lips is the CEO of Atlas Network. He joined Atlas Network in 1998 believing sound policy ideas are best spread by organizations using sound business practices. Brad received his MBA from Emory University and his BA from Princeton University. Prior to joining Atlas Network in 1998, he worked on Wall Street at Smith Barney Inc. Earlier in his career, he worked with online businesses and dabbled in music journalism. Brad is a member of the Mont... Read More →

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Tax Foundation

Taxes are a part of life, but they don’t need to be burdensome and complex, nor inhibit economic growth. An ideal tax code is one that follows the principles of sound tax policy: simplicity, neutrality, transparency, and stability. The Tax Foundation is devoted to educating taxpayers, the media, and policymakers. Our federal research and outreach highlight our tax code’s strengths and weaknesses and show how tax policy impacts... Read More →


Thursday July 14, 2016 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Wilshire A

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