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20 Jan 2015 By Daniel Indiviglio

It’s hard to argue against the U.S. president’s proposal to close a big capital gains loophole. And measures to encourage work and savings make sense. But more college subsidies heighten an already big financial risk and a tax on big bank borrowing brings the wrong incentives.

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