Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., has announced his tax plan, saying he would permanently repeal the alternative minimum tax and make the Bush tax cuts permanent.

McCain’s plan would also make it harder to raise taxes by requiring a three-fifths majority vote in Congress to pass a tax increase. The senator wants to keep the current low tax rates on capital gains and dividends, as well as ban Internet taxes and cell phone taxes.

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