Column: The loneliness of a tax reformer
WASHINGTON — Dave Camp stood alone.
The chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee had toiled for years to prepare the first rewrite of American tax laws in more than a quarter-century. Now in his last year with the gavel, he was finally ready to unveil his 1,000-page plan.
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