Group: Corporate loopholes cost Va. millions in taxes

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Posted: February 15, 2013

The Winchester Star

Mike Wallace (left), field organizer with Virginia Fair Share; Cynthia Sebian-Lander, project organizer with Virginia Organizing; and Evan Clark, a Winchester councilman, were at the corner of Handley Boulevard and Braddock Street on Wednesday to call attention to the public and their lawmakers about the Fair Share's campaign to “put America back to work.” (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
Mike Wallace (left), Evan Clark and Cynthia Sebian-Lander stand in front of Handley High School on Braddock Street Wednesday to lobby for closing corporate tax loopholes. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)

WINCHESTER — Groups in the state that bill themselves as grassroots organizations say that if the federal government closed loopholes that help large corporations avoid paying higher tax rates,…



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