Tax Reform Moves Closer to Becoming Law; The Future of Banking

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Republicans in the House and Senate have passed sweeping tax reform and now are working to reconcile their two bills. What will the new tax law mean for corporations and taxpayers, for the econmy and the deficit? Champions like President Trump say it brings needed tax relief. Critics like every elected Democrat in Congress say it will sock the middle class and benefit the rich. Tell us what you think, on The Sound of Ideas. Then, All Things Considered Host Tony Ganzer explores the future of retail banking, through the lens of one lone Bank of America ATM in a parking lot off Chagrin Boulevard. 



What A Solitary Ohio ATM Might Tell Us About The Future Of Banking


-Deborah Geier, Professor of Law, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University

-Chris Axene, Principal, Rea & Associates, Inc.

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