From my new column at ThinkProgress:
The tax reform legislation introduced by House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-MI) on Wednesday includes many good ideas, but unfortunately remains deeply committed to failed trickle-down economic theories. Chairman Camp’s bill would deliver a big corporate tax cut, although he uses budget gimmicks to hide this aspect of his bill. At the same time, it slashes an anti-poverty program that conservatives claim to support as an alternative to raising the minimum wage.
Read the rest here.