Tell senators: Stop corporate tax dodging, fund climate solutions
By cracking down on tax loopholes exploited by big corporations, we can begin restoring fairness to our tax system and generate funds for climate solutions and other urgent public needs.
The Cut Unjustified Tax Loopholes Act (S. 2075), introduced by Senators Carl Levin and Kent Conrad, would make billions of dollars available to tackle climate change and improve people’s lives -- simply by making wealthy corporations contribute their fair share of taxes.
The first step to passing the CUT Loopholes Act is getting more senators on board as co-sponsors. (If your senator is already a co-sponsor, you can send a thank-you message.)