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Rep. Steel votes against tax increases, IRS surveillance on American families

Rep. Michelle Steel (CA-48) released the below statement after voting against the progressives’ $1.75 trillion social spending bill:

“This $1.75 trillion social spending bill is the biggest expansion of our government in more than 80 years. At a time when inflation just hit a 30-year high and Americans are about to have the most expensive Thanksgiving in history, the last thing we need is trillions in spending that our country simply cannot afford. This bill raises taxes on middle class families, funds IRS surveillance on Americans’ bank accounts, provides billions in a slush fund for Green New Deal programs, and would add $367 billion to the deficit. With the national deficit already at $2.7 trillion this year, it’s just plain irresponsible to spend trillions more as our $28 trillion debt grows. American families deserve better than this legislation which will bankrupt future generations.”

This article was released by the Office of Congresswoman Michelle Steel.

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  1. If the BBB legislation passes the Senate and becomes law, our SALT deduction limit of $10,000 imposed on middle class homeowners in California is raised. That lowers our Federal income taxes. Don’t know which planet Michell Steel is on, but she is advocating keeping our Federal income taxes higher not lower. The IRS will be allowed to go after Michelle Steel’s donors who cheat on their taxes but avoid capture because the IRS does not have the resources to investigate all the cheaters.

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