Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ken., has re-introduced a bill to repeal certain provisions of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act that he contends violate taxpayer privacy.
Paul, who is widely expected to run for President, originally introduced the bill in 2013 (see Rand Paul Introduces Bill to Repeal Parts of FATCA).
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