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FMI Pleased the House Voted to Move Tax Reform Forward

Nov 16, 2017, 16:39 PM by Melaina Lewis
On behalf of the Food Marketing Institute’s (FMI) 1000 member companies, FMI's Chief Public Policy Officer, Jennifer Hatcher, offered the following statement on the House’s passage of its tax reform bill.

ARLINGTON, VA - On behalf of the Food Marketing Institute’s (FMI) 1000 member companies, FMI's Chief Public Policy Officer, Jennifer Hatcher, offered the following statement on the House’s passage of its tax reform bill. Hatcher said:

“I am extremely pleased that the House voted to pass its tax reform bill and the process of creating a fairer and simpler tax code moves forward. FMI remains committed to working with House and Senate leadership to make sure the final legislation that reaches President Trump’s desk lowers effective rates, treats all industries and business structures fairly, and helps promote job creation and economic growth.”

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