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(Washington, D.C.) The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) issued the following statement today from Pamela G. Bailey, president and CEO, following the Senate’s vote to pass its version of tax reform legislation.
“Last night’s Senate vote is a critical breakthrough towards final approval of a tax reform bill that will help American manufacturers stay competitive and fuel the purchasing power of our nation’s consumers. The food, beverage, and consumer products.
The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) today urged the U.S. Senate to pass a comprehensive tax reform bill this week for businesses and consumers.
The following should be attributed to Roger Lowe, executive vice president of strategic communications at the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA).
(Washington, D.C.) The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) issued the following statement from Pamela G. Bailey, president and CEO, on today’s vote in the U.S. House of Representatives to pass a comprehensive tax reform bill.
“Today’s House vote is a major milestone towards passage of the first comprehensive tax reform legislation in more than 30 years. As the largest sector of American manufacturing jobs, the food, beverage and consumer products industry urges the House.
(Washington, D.C.) The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) today commended the release of the Senate Finance Committee tax reform proposal as an important step forward in Congress towards passing critical reforms to the nation’s tax code, and urged the House to move forward with plans to vote on its bill this week.
“Action from Congress on tax reform is vital to the success of America’s growing economy. The release of the Senate bill and a plan for the House to vote this.
(Washington, D.C.) The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) today welcomed the release of a tax reform proposal by the House Ways & Means Committee that moves the U.S. Congress one step closer to passing long-needed tax reform.
“This is a critical step forward towards enacting the first major overhaul of our tax system in 30 years. Food, beverage, and consumer products manufacturers have long supported necessary tax reforms to create good American jobs and help our economy thrive,.