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Stephen Moore on Trumponomics

Yesterday, Center of the American Experiment was delighted to have economist Stephen Moore address our quarterly lunch forum. His talk was both entertaining and informative about the national economy. He spoke about what has happened in the years since the crash, what is happening now in Washington, and what the results might be.

He also talked about Minnesota specific issues. He argued that our politicians need to cut income tax rates following the raising of the State and Local Tax deduction. He also said that we need to reduce or eliminate our state’s estate tax now that the federal exemption has been raised. Indeed, we made both of these points in the Star Tribune on Monday.

After the event, a number of people asked for copies of Steve’s slides. You can find them below.

John Phelan is an economist at the Center of the American Experiment. 

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