The Tax Foundation and CompeteUSA have announced the winners of their video competition designed to inform people about the high U.S. business tax rate and how those taxes harm our competitiveness, wages, and living standards. And the winner is Andrew Patterson of Edmond, Oklahoma:
In “Tax Attack,” Patterson highlights that businesses make everyday decisions based on corporate tax systems and that our high business taxes are making American corporations look internationally for their offices, banking, labor and operations. Patterson, who lives in Edmond, Oklahoma, is a business owner himself, providing film and postproduction services to companies including retailers, business firms, nonprofit organizations and natural gas companies.
Congrats! A timely competition, indeed.
(Hat tip: John J. Miller)
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