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Alumnus pens essay for The New York Times

Furman University

Brian Highsmith ’10, a senior researcher at Yale Law School’s Arthur Liman Center for Public Interest Law and a tax policy advisor on President Barack Obama’s National Economic Council, authored a guest essay in The New York Times (subscription may be required) describing the differences between Democrat and Republican perspectives of paying for the Biden Administration’s proposed infrastructure legislation.

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