Rushing a bill to a vote makes for messy legislation that comes apart over time.
The GOP would be on higher ground if it stood on principle for a tax code that treats everyone the same.
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Big Insurance will be the chief beneficiary of scrapping the Obamacare mandate
The bill advances lowers corporate and individual tax rates while setting the stage for large increases in the deficit.
The GOP tax plan looks like it could pass, but should it?
The House and Senate still refuse to consider cutting government spending.
The Senate's tax proposal would cut federal excise taxes on beer, wine, and spirits.
The House wanted to scale back an expensive wind energy subsidy, but the Senate prefers to preserve the status quo.
Libertarian Republican congressman admits that an already-worrisome debt will increase, and that the Senate may well disregard the House’s framework, but “just because my colleagues don't believe that we have to cut spending doesn't mean I can't vote to cut taxes”
The process of passing tax reform will only become more difficult from here.
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Senate version shies away from mortgage-interest cap, which will likely make fiscal hawks even more anxious.
The newly released bill would clarify Uber drivers' and Airbnb hosts' status as independent contractors but would require tax withholding.
A tax law so simple everyone understands it, and that will keep as much money as possible out of government's hands, is the best formula for a growing economy.
The House bill fails to put an end to global income taxation and the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, though the Treasury Dept. may provide some regulatory relief on the latter
James Lankford’s “I am a no” makes at least three GOP senators who worry that the debt/deficit math doesn’t add up