Upside-down tax code harms women

Upside-down tax code harms women

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Upside-down tax code harms women

By - January 30, 2020

About Margaret Babayan, Policy Analyst

Margaret joined the Budget & Policy Center’s research and policy team after serving as our 2018-19 Betty Jane Narver Policy Fellow.

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