In Arbor, MI and plenty of other cities across the country, thousands of people are gathering in protest to President Donald Trump not releasing his tax returns. This was something that they’ve been complaining about since the election.
Other cities that are holding similar protest include Detroit, Grand Rapids, Traverse City, Hamtramck, Marquette, Farmington, Pentwater and Saint Joseph.
They are saying it will go down as the biggest political mobilization since the Women’s March in January.
“This Saturday’s Ann Arbor Tax March is one of hundreds of tax marches across the nation demanding that President Trump be transparent about his taxes and possible financial conflicts of interest, and asking for desperately needed reforms to our broken tax system,” said Michelle Deatrick, a Democratic Washtenaw County commissioner and one of the protest organizers.
Guest speakers include U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Dearborn; state Rep. Yousef Rabhi, D-Ann Arbor; state Rep. Kristy Pagan, D-Canton; Ann Arbor School Board Trustee Susan Baskett; and Eli Savit, a law professor at the University of Michigan.
The site lists marches in small and large cities, including Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, Orlando, Atlanta, Honolulu, Chicago, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Boston, St. Louis, Las Vegas, New York, Portland, Philadelphia, Nashville, Austin, Salt Lake City, Seattle and Washington, D.C.
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