TYT Contributor David Sirota discusses exactly what an examination by the International Company Times found after checking into exactly how and why an unique provision benefiting fossil fuel companies made its way into the Republican Tax Obligation Cuts & Jobs Act came on 2017. Rep. Kevin Brady (R-Texas), the chairman of the House Ways & Means Board, got different payments from companies that stood to get from the stipulation while the tax obligation costs was being worked out. Read the full tale right here:
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