I support the notion behind this legislation to help reduce the ever-growing wealth gap which greatly limits other lower income groups from getting ahead. However, I am concerned about unintended consequences. First, I do not believe that large corporations are fundamentally corrupt; I do believe that any corporation acts in it’s own self interests which can be unfair and abusive to workers. Secondly, since many large corporations are global in nature, excessive taxation has and will continue to cause them to move more and more work out of this country and even their corporate offices to countries which offer much more favorable tax rates. They are not, in most cases, simply American Companies- only. I think, the best way to attack the wealth gap, and the CEO leveraged wealth gap is by increasing the marginal tax rates on high-income, high-wealth earners, legislation to incentivize corporations to view their workforce as assets and stakeholders contributing to their success, funding the IRS auditors of corporate taxes to enable them to take on the army of tax attorneys that corporations can afford in order to close the many loopholes used to avoid taxation and to highlight loopholes which exist that warrant legislative control, and finally- eliminating any ability of corporate profits to diverted in any way to directly or indirectly buy political influence. Big CEO salaries, in many cases, have more to do with their connections and ability to influence politicians than the products or services they provide to their customers. Legislation of the types I would prefer are not at all likely to get past the Republican Senate and would certainly be opposed by trump-Barr Inc.