Thanks to JC for finding this information and for the text of this post, which he posted as a comment on the Media thread this evening:
Hatch Calls for Feedback on Tax Reform
The Senate Finance Committee is yet again asking the general public to send comments on tax reform. The deadline is July 17, and the email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maybe I’ll just dust off my previous submissions to the Senate Finance Committee and House Ways and Means Committee. Maybe ADCS should send them the fine multipart/multimedia submission sent previously to the Senate Finance Committee international work group on tax reform.
They claim that these submissions will be private. I don’t mind to have a submission placed on a website somewhere.
They don’t have a specific category that fits our case. #4 talks about international and competitiveness yet also has the words “preserve our tax base.”
I don’t see a “simplification” category, or a “fairer” category.
If we send submissions in perhaps they will be categorized under the 4 categories provided. Instead of getting drowned out in the individual person tax category, as I imagine there will be a vast majority from Homelanders in this category, maybe best to angle it as international, category #4.
Already a month has passed since this request. The 17th is this coming Monday.
Perhaps this call for submissions has not been broadcast widely. That would mean something less than a mountain of submissions, so more opportunity to impact.