WASHINGTON — Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., introduced a bill Wednesday that would establish a tax on the trading of stocks and other financial products.

The Inclusive Prosperity Act, billed as a "Wall Street sales tax," would impose a 0.5% sale tax on brokers carrying out trades on stocks, and a smaller amount on financial transactions, including the trading of bonds and derivatives.

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