Did Your Representative Vote to Close the Delaware Loophole?

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives had a choice Wednesday to take REAL steps to close the Delaware loophole or to give a pass to profitable corporations that have sheltered millions of dollars in Delaware, Nevada and other states.

Guess what they did? See how your representative voted on an amendment that would — finally — take steps to end this corporate tax avoidance practice once and for all.

The week of May 6, this legislation, HB 440, will be up for a final vote in the House. It will take more money from schools and human services — more than $760 million per year when fully phased in — and allow profitable corporations to continue to avoid paying their fair share.

Take a moment to urge your representative to vote NO on HB 440.


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