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"It seemed to be a common-sense way to collect back taxes that was passed in the dead of the night. Once the onion was peeled back and once the unintended consequences were exposed through the years, this thing was seen for what it is — it was a jobs-killing, economy-killing effort … that would cost more than it would actually bring in," said Giovanni Coratolo, vice president of small-business policy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, part of a coalition of 170 organizations fighting for a repeal.