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Cutting taxes for lower-income Americans would improve their upward mobility, health and lives overall, and contribute to growth of the US economy even if doing so means raising taxes for wealthier people,��JPMorgan Chase & Co.��Chief Executive Officer��Jamie Dimon��said. He spoke Friday ��panel discussion in Washington hosted by the��Bipartisan Policy Center.��
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