Implement an Income Inequality Tax Plan

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In the 1950s, corporate Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) made about 20-30 times more money than their average middle-class employee. Today, the average CEO of the largest U.S. companies makes 200 to 300 times more than their typical employee. The Income Inequality Tax Plan would raise taxes on companies that have huge pay gaps between CEOs and typical workers.

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