DC Notes: Republican Rep.-elect Markwayne Mullin says he’ll oppose higher tax revenue
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WASHINGTON — Markwayne Mullin made his first trip to Washington last week as one of Oklahoma’s two congressmen-elect. And though he’s still finding his way around Capitol Hill, he knows where he stands on the biggest issue here now.
“I’m not for raising taxes on anyone — period,” said Mullin, a Republican who will succeed retiring Democratic Rep. Dan Boren in the House next year.
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