Updated Sunday, December 21, 2014 as of 9:47 PM ET

Tax Reform: Where Are We Now?

The 2012 Republican presidential nomination contest brought taxes front and center. The subject of tax reform -- not just tax rates -- was part of our national political dialogue. Some advocated fundamental reform and even the addition of a consumption tax. Remember Herman Cainís 9-9-9 Plan? Nominees Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan kept the subject alive during the general election, but shifted the conversation about individual income taxes to an equation balancing lower rates with limits on deductions. President Obama narrowed the focus still further, to that of tax rates paid by the wealthy.

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