Reggie Oldak is Senior Counsel for Family Economic Security and Director of Government Relations at the National Women’s Law Center. She focuses particularly on taxes and the federal budget. Before joining the Center, Ms. Oldak worked for the Chief Counsel of the Internal Revenue Service and then in private practice on issues affecting the taxation of nonprofit organizations. She is a past president of the Montgomery County (MD) Commission for Women, currently chairs the Board of Directors of Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington, and has worked extensively with local and state government representatives and community leaders in Maryland to advocate for issues central to the concerns of women and families. She has been active in politics and in 2006 won the endorsement of The Washington Post when she ran for (and almost won!) a seat in the Maryland House of Delegates. Ms. Oldak is graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center and Smith College.
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October 19, 2015
How much would it cost to #stopthecuts to all the non-defense programs threatened by sequestration next year? $37 billion . And even if the sequester is averted, funding for these programs would be at historically low levels , following years of reduced funding. Some Members of Congress refuse to spend a penny more to prevent cuts to programs vital to women and their families. But when it comes to tax cuts, especially for corporations, the sky’s the limit. Not everyone noticed, but also last month, the House Ways and Means Committee voted along party lines to approve five tax cut bills that...