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  2. Banks quietly curb overdraft fees — long a target for Democrats

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    ‘Now that fee is eliminated’ In 2020, Ally collected $5 million in overdraft charges. That only accounted for .07% of the bank’s total revenue, making the fee nominal to the company but ...

  3. Learned Hand - Wikipedia

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    Billings Learned Hand was born on January 27, 1872, in Albany, New York, the second and last child of Samuel Hand (1833–1886) and Lydia Hand (née Learned). His mother's family traditionally used surnames as given names; and Hand was named for a maternal uncle and a grandfather, both named Billings Peck Learned.

  4. Dick Armey - Wikipedia

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    In 2005, he testified before the President's Advisory Panel on Tax Reform and debated Governor of Colorado Bill Owens on a tax increase ballot measure. [ citation needed ] The Center for Public Integrity reported that Armey was paid $500,000 per year and flew first class, along with other FreedomWorks employees, for work travel.

  5. Chris Sununu - Wikipedia

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    Sununu opposes New Hampshire's 5% tax on dividends and interest income. After his 2020 reelection, he called for newly elected Republican majorities in the New Hampshire House and Senate to pass a law phasing out this tax by 2026, saying that it unfairly targets senior citizens living off of these types of income and their retirement accounts.

  6. Jan Brewer - Wikipedia

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    Attempting to rationalize the tax increase, Brewer stated that she was ultimately forced to ask for the increase due to the state's $4 billion state budget deficit. [2] Governor Jan Brewer meeting with President Barack Obama in June 2010.

  7. Greenwood Village, Colorado - Wikipedia

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    Empower Retirement 1,000—1,500 2 Comcast Cable Communications, LLC: 1,000—1,500 3 Great West Life & Annuity Insurance: 1,000—1,500 4 Cherry Creek School District #5: 1,000—1,500 5 Cigna Health and Life Insurance Company: 500—1,000 6 Charter Communications Holding Company LLC: 500—1,000 7 Fidelity Brokerage Services, LLC: 500—1,000 8

  8. Hillsong Church - Wikipedia

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    Hillsong Church, commonly known as Hillsong, is a charismatic Christian megachurch based in Australia. The church, originally called Hills Christian Life Centre, was established in 1983 in Baulkham Hills, New South Wales, by Brian Houston and his wife Bobbie.

  9. Bill Cassidy - Wikipedia

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    In 2019, along with Democrats Amy Klobuchar and Doug Jones and Republican Pat Toomey, Cassidy was a lead sponsor of the Gold Star Family Tax Relief Act, a bill that would undo a provision in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that raised the tax on the benefit children receive from a parent's Department of Defense survivor benefits plan to 37% from an ...