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Today's Influence Ads: BRT Warns of 'March Toward Madness'

As the Alley reported yesterday, Business Roundtable launched a campaign for corporate tax reform today. It's out with a new ad highlighting how the United States will have the highest corporate tax rate in the developed world come April 1, according to a compilation of print influence ads by Kantar Media's Campaign Media Analysis Group. "It's an unenviable #1 ranking, and a losing proposition any way you look at it," the March Madness themed ad says.

As today's Washington Eye shows, Easter Seals, the Allied Pilots Association/Delta, Altria, the American Cancer Society, Autism Speaks, the Consumer Electronics Association, CTIA, the GI Film Festival, IBM, the Independent Community Bankers of America, the Nuclear Energy Institute, the Edison Foundation, Taste of the South, United Technologies and United We Fish have new ads. A coalition of organizations, including TechNet and the Chamber of Commerce, also took out a new ad supporting the House-passed Jobs Act.

Others with ads today are Airbus, Allstate, Credit Union National Association, America's Natural Gas Alliance, the American Bankers Association, American Beverage Association, American Chemistry Council, American Diabetes Association, American Petroleum Institute, American Public Transportation Association, Association of American Railroads, Brain Injury Association of America, CME Group, DynCorp International, Goldman Sachs, the Government of Canada, International Council of Shopping Centers, Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women, Lockheed Martin, the National Association of Manufacturers and Volkswagen.

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