Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has released an updated set of proposals for cutting taxes.

The former Massachusetts governor expanded Wednesday on the plans he originally released last September after some critics found them to be too vague (see Romney Proposes Tax Reform Plan and Romney Vague on Tax Plan). He proposed making a permanent-across-the-board 20 percent cut in the marginal individual income tax rates, with a new top rate of 28 percent.

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