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Trump, GOP leaders ready for tax reform victory in U.S. House

2:00 am Nov. 16, 2017

With the outcome seemingly in hand, President Donald Trump will go to Capitol Hill on Thursday morning to meet with House GOP lawmakers, as Republicans get ready to vote for a sweeping tax reform package which would deliver close to $1.5 trillion in tax relief over the next ten years to individuals and businesses.

“Tax cuts are getting close!” the President tweeted on Monday night.

Mr. Trump will trek to Capitol Hill

Key Republican opens door to adding major health care changes to GOP tax reform bill

3:13 pm Nov. 3, 2017

A day after rolling out a GOP tax reform bill, the House Republican in charge of writing that plan said he would offer ‘additional’ changes to the bill early next week, and left open the possibility that provisions dealing with the Obama health law might be added to the measure as well.

“At the start of our markup on Monday, I will also offer an additional amendment making more substantive improvements

With late changes, House Republicans ready to unveil tax reform bill

2:00 am Nov. 2, 2017

Under pressure from President Donald Trump to get moving on major tax reform legislation, Republicans in the U.S. House prepared to finally reveal the details of the bill on Thursday, as they pushed reluctant GOP lawmakers to sign off on the plan, struggling with the size and cost of the measure, and going back and forth on whether to make a centerpiece reduction in corporate taxes into a temporary –

House Republicans delay Wednesday release of tax bill details

7:28 pm Oct. 31, 2017

Amid signs of internal GOP discord over some of the details, Republicans on Tuesday evening struggled to put the finishing touches on what would be the first major tax reform package since 1986, as key lawmakers decided to delay – at least for one day – the release of the tax bill’s fine print, forcing businesses big and small, lawmakers, individuals, and lobbyists to keep waiting to see the text