WIRE-BLOOMBERG  ·   October 25, 2011

Chicago Protesters Discuss Possible Corporate Tax Cut

- Oct. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Mark Jansen, a retired school teacher, and Lev Hirschhorn, a Chicago Community organizer, talk with Bloomberg's Flynn McRoberts at the Occupy Wall Street protests in Chicago about a possible rollback of corporate taxes in the state.¶ Lawmakers return to the capital today and are scheduled to consider a tax cut for businesses, according to John Patterson, a spokesman for Illinois Senate Democrats. CME Group, which operates the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Chicago Board Options Exchange and Sears Holding Corporation are threatening to leave the state unless their tax load is lightened, according to Crain's Chicago Business. (Source: Bloomberg) ()

- Oct. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Mark Jansen, a retired school teacher, and Lev Hirschhorn, a Chicago Community organizer, talk with Bloomberg's Flynn McRoberts at the Occupy Wall Street protests in Chicago about a possible rollback of corporate taxes in the state.¶ Lawmakers return to the capital today and are scheduled to consider a tax cut for businesses, according to John Patterson, a spokesman for Illinois Senate Democrats. CME Group, which operates the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Chicago Board Options Exchange and Sears Holding Corporation are threatening to leave the state unless their tax load is lightened, according to Crain's Chicago Business. (Source: Bloomberg) ()

Chicago Protesters Discuss Possible Corporate Tax Cut

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