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The Supreme Court today dealt a blow to business and anti-tax groups who took aim at a section of the 2017 Trump tax cut law that targeted foreign income.

Justices back tax on unrealized income, cheering liberals

The Supreme Court today dealt a blow to business and anti-tax groups who took aim at a section of the 2017 Trump tax cut law that targeted foreign income.

The provision was included in the law as part of its overhaul of the international tax code for business earnings abroad.

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