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Page 2 - ... savings achieved elsewhere in the federal budget, the Commission is committed to raising whatever additional revenues are necessary. B. In considering what revenue options to adopt, the Commission recommends that the choice be guided by the following three criteria: 1. The final tax package ought to be progressive, requiring a higher contribution from those most able to bear increased tax burdens. That is, families with higher incomes would be asked to contribute a greater share of their incomes...