“Congresswoman Noem’s constituents need to know if she will fight for them and oppose the BAT.”
Washington, DC – Club for Growth president David McIntosh released the following statement about a new Club for Growth TV and digital ad campaign that urges Congresswoman Kristi Noem (SD-AL) to oppose the Border Adjustment provision in the tax reform proposal put forth by House Republicans:
“The Border Adjustment Tax will drive up prices on everyday consumer goods like groceries, gas, clothes and shoes,” said Club for Growth president David McIntosh. “House Republicans have offered good tax reform proposals, like lowering rates, repealing the Death Tax, and cleaning up the tax code, but the Border Adjustment Tax will hurt American families. Congresswoman Noem has a key position in Congress on tax policy and her constituents need to know if she will fight for them and oppose the BAT.”
The Club’s new ad can be seen here and will begin broadcasting statewide in South Dakota on February 22, with an ad buy of more than $150,000 for TV and digital outlets.
It is expected to be the first of a series of ads that the Club for Growth will air on the BAT tax in states and districts across the country.
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This week on the Price is Wrong, Congresswoman Kristi Noem refuses to take a position on a new Border Adjustment Tax.
This will raise prices by $1,700 on middle-class families; prices on groceries, gas, clothing, even medicine.
The average American family would have to spent at least $1,700 more per year just to buy their basic needs.
That’s the wrong price.
Call Congresswoman Noem and tell her to oppose the Border Adjustment Tax.