What to Expect When You’re Expecting a Republican Tax Bill

The tax framework offered a glimpse of the tax reform debate as it unfolded. But it also excluded key details, and named certain provisions  that could change in the final bill. While there are still areas of concern and uncertainty among lawmakers and stakeholders, Congress seems to be moving in the right direction, said National Taxpayers Union executive vice president Brandon Arnold .

“I think it’s been much more a member-driven process than it was on, say, health care reform,” Arnold told InsideSources. “I think the members have had the opportunity to voice their opinions and preferences to the tax-writing committees, to leadership. It’s been a bottom-up process that I think has made the membership, generally speaking, a lot happier with their ability to weigh in.”

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