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The tax plan recently introduced by the House GOP proposes eliminating several deductions and tax credits that support families. While changes have been made since its introduction, the original proposal provides evidence of congressional Republicans’ true priorities.
The House majority has proposed eliminating a deduction used by millions of Americans with student loans.
The House majority has proposed eliminating a tax deduction used by millions of Americans.
While millionaires and corporations would see huge tax cuts under the House plan, some lower- and middle-income families would lose out.
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Under congressional Republican leadership’s unified framework tax plan, some families with expensive medical bills would see tax hikes.
President Trump keeps saying one thing and doing another; it’s the American people who pay the price.
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The effort by President Trump and congressional Republican leaders to push through huge tax cuts looks and sounds a lot like the colossal failure of the 2012 Kansas state tax cuts.
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