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Write to your Senators and tell them to Sunset the Tax Code!

The American public recognizes that the current federal income tax system is so complex and so riddled with special deals for special interests that it is inherently unfair and inherently inefficient.

The public NEEDS tax reform that results in a simpler and fairer system.

Please petition your Senators now and urge them to join us in proposing to sunset the Tax Code by January 1, 2020:

PETITION: Please legislatively terminate the US Tax Code as a first step towards meaningful tax reform.

You also have the opportunity to send a personal letter to your Senators explaining in greater detail your frustration with the current system. Suggested text will appear after you sign the petition in the boxes below. The suggested text is completely editable.

Make sure to petition your Representative too. CLICK HERE!

Public Comments
Nov 7th, 2015
Someone from Pittsburgh, PA signed.
Oct 26th, 2015
Roland D. from Quincy, FL signed.
Oct 13th, 2015
Steven C. from Philadelphia, PA signed.
Oct 9th, 2015
Robert S. from Mount Holly, NJ signed.
Oct 7th, 2015
Barbara A F. from Blue Bell, PA writes:
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This is the best way to end the current tax code and replace it with a flat or simple tax system
Oct 3rd, 2015
Dennis B. from Wayne, PA writes:
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Simplify the tax code and focus on consumption taxes so that everyone participates
Oct 1st, 2015
Jim C. from Orem, UT signed.
Sep 30th, 2015
steve H. from Wayne, PA writes:
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Fair Tax, Flat Tax, Do something right about Tax reform! but then again $$ talks and BS walks.
Sep 27th, 2015
Bruce M. from Philadelphia, PA signed.
Sep 27th, 2015
Rich G. from Southampton, PA signed.
Sep 26th, 2015
Ron G. from Rowley, MA signed.
Sep 25th, 2015
John B. from North Reading, MA writes:
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70,000 pages and $100B+ per year to comply -- it's time to scrap the IRS and build a simple tax code. Thank you.
Sep 25th, 2015
Duke W. from Red Hill, PA signed.
Sep 24th, 2015
Someone from Sicklerville, NJ signed.
Sep 24th, 2015
Someone from Sicklerville, NJ signed.
Sep 17th, 2015
Paul M. from Ephrata, PA writes:
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Sometimes it's just better to start over! America deserves a simpler, lower, fairer, and more transparent tax code!
Sep 17th, 2015
horace v. from Phoenixville, PA signed.
Sep 16th, 2015
Christian C. from West Chester, PA signed.
Aug 24th, 2015
David H. from Southampton, PA signed.
Aug 2nd, 2015
Brian S. from Herndon, PA signed.
Aug 1st, 2015
Lori L. from Williamston, SC signed.
Jul 23rd, 2015
John T. from San Angelo, TX signed.
Jul 23rd, 2015
Edward (Ned) T. from Spring, TX writes:
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The IRS code is over 74,000 pages long and no one will change this insane system. The mere fact that the current tax code is not clear enough for an ordinary person to understand his duty, makes the law unconstitutional.
Jul 3rd, 2015
Someone from Tulsa, OK signed.
Jul 3rd, 2015
Harry S. from Forest City, PA signed.
Jun 29th, 2015
Leonard C. from New Canaan, CT writes:
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Implement the Fair Tax!
Jun 26th, 2015
Michael C. from Battle Ground, WA signed.
Jun 25th, 2015
Don J. from Boca Raton, FL signed.
Jun 25th, 2015
Someone from Des Moines, IA signed.
Jun 25th, 2015
Anthony R. from Culver City, CA signed.
Jun 25th, 2015
paula h. from Reno, NV signed.
Jun 25th, 2015
Someone from Scottsdale, AZ writes:
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The time has come to remember you are supposed to represent us, the taxpayers of this country; not big corporations!
Jun 25th, 2015
Frank E. from Steamboat Springs, CO signed.
Jun 25th, 2015
Paul T. from Portsmouth, NH signed.
Jun 25th, 2015
Larry H. from Ventura, CA signed.
Jun 25th, 2015
Marc M. from Belleville, IL signed.
Jun 25th, 2015
Daniel P. from Carrollton, OH signed.
Jun 25th, 2015
Someone from East Amherst, NY signed.
Jun 17th, 2015
robert w. from Las Vegas, NV writes:
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And make the IRS politically neutral.
May 30th, 2015
Dona B. from Powell, WY signed.