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Dear Supporter,

Just in time for Tax Day and the Senate vote on the Buffett Rule, please join us for a special presentation on Tax Equity: Paying Fair.

Fierce debate over the proper economic role, most efficient system—and fairness—of taxation will dominate the political landscape of 2012, from the presidential campaign trail to the looming end-of year Congressional budget crisis.

With the Congressional Progressive Caucus as honorary host, the Americans for Democratic Action Education Fund presents an all-star panel on tax reform, featuring the nation’s leading advocates for a tax system that adequately funds public needs and truly reflects American values.

WHEN: Wednesday, April 11, Noon-1:30
WHERE: Capitol Visitors Center, Room SVC 201-00
                Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C.

John Nichols, Nation magazine (moderator)
Dean Baker, Center for Economic and Policy Research
Elspeth Gilmore, Resource Generation
Mike Lapham, Responsible Wealth/United for a Fair Economy
Chuck Marr, Center on Budget & Policy Priorities
Robert McIntyre, Citizens for Tax Justice
Rebecca Thiess, Economic Policy Institute

Can't attend in person?  Watch it live on C-SPAN or through Ustream.  For those watching online who would like to submit questions, you can do so via Twitter with the hashtag #ADAEdFund.

We hope to see you there!

The ADA Education Fund

Special thanks to United for a Fair Economy for their support.

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