“Trick or Treat?: Top House Republicans Discuss Timing for Release of Tax Reform Bill”

Yesterday, Rep. Mark Meadows, Chairman of the House Freedom Caucus, revealed that he has been promised that the text of the tax reform bill will be published by November 3rd; he expects a vote on the legislation prior to Thanksgiving. Rep. Kevin Brady, chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee that is currently drafting the legislation, offered a less-specific timeline, saying only that a draft would be released “shortly.” Rep. Brady noted that the timeframe for the passage of the tax reform bill has been accelerated in light of the House’s anticipated vote to adopt the Senate’s version of the budget, which allows the tax legislation to be approved through the budget reconciliation process.

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