There might be some loopholes
in our schemes, that is why I would request my friends from Congress and other parties to constitute a task force and study the loopholes
in our schemes if any, I will pay due attention to your suggestions".
This partisan legislation lets Wall Street keep a tax loophole
while most Americans earning less than $75,000 a year would see tax increases.
said in introducing their bill that Trump promised on the campaign trail to close the loophole
, but his tax plan doesn't reflect that.
The only way to close this loophole
would be to: one, use an unpredictable source, say a random number generator, to choose what properties of photons A and B should be measured in the split second before the particles arrive at their detectors, and two, use a distant cosmic object as number generator so that if some hidden variables were, in fact, interfering with the randomness of the choice of measurements, they would have had to have set those changes in motion before the time the light left the cosmic source.
President Reagan's advisers put these two ideas together and came up with a plan that would eliminate many loopholes
and use the resulting new revenue to lower tax rates.
Their report added: "There are clear loopholes
, which imperil the safety of passengers, that still need to be closed regarding the use of PSV operator licences on multiple vehicles.
I hate to think what the Euro MPs are exploiting, in living and travelling expense loopholes
, or am I now getting paranoid?
Just as these reforms were on the verge of being passed, the House adopted a complex floor amendment that would reinsert new loopholes
and shields for tax avoidance.
But a loophole
which allows drunken and dangerous drivers to simply hop back into their cars is not a loophole
A recent report showing nearly two million students' test scores--including many minority students' scores--are not being counted in NCLB provisions has some education advocates saying schools are exploiting a loophole
to escape penalties.
The senator worked to obtain additional benefits for them--most notably, loopholes
in tax law--but by 1992, the corporations were still having a hard time getting their feet on the ground.
Against that backdrop, after seven years of effort, Congress finally closed these loopholes
for corporate and labor money with passage of BCRA.