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A win for all

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The Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Law is now in effect and news about it appears to be more on its negative effects. Like any other tax measures, there are winners and losers in the TRAIN Law implementation.
The Law does not only benefit those who are earning R250,000.00 and below because of their income tax exemption but also all Filipinos because in the long-run, we will reap the rewards of the Build, Build, Build Program of the Duterte Administration that will be funded from the additional taxes that will be collected.

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Does not make sense

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The “Oplan Tanggal Bulok, Tanggal Usok” of the Department of Transportation (DOTr) is a laudable public service.
The agency’s drive to rid our streets with unworthy public utility vehicles is a welcome act from the government because its essence goes into the heart of its mandate to serve and protect the people.

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Cleaning PCSO

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The House of Representatives, the Senate, the Office of the Ombudsman, the Commission on Audit and even the Office of the President need to immediately look into the allegations and counter-allegations of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) officials against one another.

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Complex case

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It is necessary to establish the truth or the absence of truth regarding the corruption allegations in the Dengvaxia program of the government because moving forward the current and even future administrations need to serve the Filipino people with justice.

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Complex case

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The issue on the full-scale or small-scale implementation of the Dengvaxia immunization program of the government is now water under the bridge but there is still a need to dig deeper into the matter because it is linked to the corruption angle of this case.

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Complex case

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Dengvaxia, the now infamous protection for the deadly dengue virus, has become the most-feared “drug” in the Philippines and it will retain such reputation for a long time.

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