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Do Americans Pay Too Much in Taxes?

The organatization Americans for Tax Reform says today is the day Americans achieve tax freedom. They call it "Cost of Government Day." It's the day we've paid our debts to the government for the year. This year, that's nearly three-quarters of the year.

At the high end, some Americans pay 35 percent of their income in taxes. So what do you think? Are Americans paying too much in taxes? Share your opinion below:

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