'08 Candidates Walk Political Tightrope on Tax Issue

Congress is considering whether a loophole in the tax code is allowing the managers of hedge funds and private equity firms to sidestep billions in income taxes. The congressional debate has left many 2008 presidential candidates -- especially the Democratic contenders -- walking a political tightrope. Most White House wannabes have accepted millions of dollars in donations from people who manage hedge funds or work at private equity firms. Million Dollar Donors, Billion Dollar...Full Story
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