Scott A. Hodge

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Scott A. Hodge is President of the Tax Foundation.

Prior to this, he was director of tax and budget policy at Citizens for a Sound Economy, and a research analyst for the Heritage Foundation. Hodge helped found the Heartland Institute in 1984 and was one of its first employees.

Participation in the American Legislative Exchange Council's Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force

Hodge participated in the 2011 American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) Annual Meeting, speaking on a panel on corporate taxes in front of the Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force.[1]

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  1. [American Legislative Exchange Council, 2011 Conference Sponsors, conference brochure on file with CMD, August 11, 2011]