David Rosenbloom Comments on Dynamic Scoring of Tax Measures

The Washington Post
The Washington Post recently featured an op-ed column, "The Right's Wrong-Way Governing," which discussed new rules for Congress such as "dynamic scoring" of tax cuts, which the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities noted, "could facilitate congressional passage of large rate cuts in tax reform by making the rate cuts appear — on paper — less expensive than under a traditional cost estimate." In response to Mr. Dionne's column Caplin & Drysdale's H. David Rosenbloom wrote, "I think "dynamic scoring" of tax measures is a terrific idea. I can't wait to see the score attributable to the underfunding of the Internal Revenue Service." To view Mr. Rosenbloom's letter, please visit The Washington Post's website.


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