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  • Rep. Judy Biggert of Illinois says she'll fight Camp's amendment.

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  • Mr. Camp's office says the plan's cost is roughly $960 million for three years, as opposed to $770 million per year for five years if the 2009 bill were renewed.

    Blocking Freer Trade

  • Mr. Camp's tax overhaul isn't designed to specifically cut the U.S. budget deficit.

    Tax Plan Aims for 25% Cap

  • Michael Ettlinger, vice president for economic policy at the liberal Center for American Progress, said the plan would produce unsustainably high deficits because neither political party is able to make spending cuts that would allow the U.S. to function on the tax income Mr. Camp's plan suggests.

    Tax Plan Aims for 25% Cap

  • The White House declined to comment on Mr. Camp's proposal.

    Tax Plan Aims for 25% Cap

  • Rep. Richard Neal of Massachusetts, a top Ways and Means Democrat, said Mr. Camp's proposal faces difficult going.

    Tax Plan Aims for 25% Cap

  • Mr. Camp's office didn't respond to a call for comment, but in the past he has told me that he's a big supporter of lower rates in exchange for a broader base.

    Getting Back to Growth

  • This show will trend more towards light than the night previous, but there's nothing entirely straight forward about Summer Camp's pop sensibilities.

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  • Camp's benefits go way beyond the fun, Brocker says.

    Summer camp cures kids of that cabin fever

  • Those interested in delving deeper can consult Camp's specialized works on many of the themes presented, such as the recruitment of political leadership and popular political attitudes.

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