The Tax Foundation, a group that has grown to play a significant role in D.C. tax debates, is hunting for a new president and CEO after more than two decades of leadership under Scott Hodge.
The group, a nonpartisan organization that generally favors lower taxes, announced this week that Hodge was stepping aside after 22 years. It is now searching for a replacement and soliciting resumes. Whoever replaces Hodge follows a president and CEO who has molded the group into one with outsize influence over U.S. tax policy.
The Tax Foundation helped shape the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. After helping to model the tax plans of several contenders in the 2016 presidential election, the
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