By Veronique de Rugy 

Last year’s tax reform represented a first step toward improving the tax code by making it simpler, fairer and slightly less distortive. As Congress considers taking up a so-called tax-extenders bill before the new Democratic-controlled House is seated, any hope of continuing a reformation requires vigilance against returning to those old ways through a ritualistic revival of expired special-interest tax breaks.

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