2018-11-27 — politico.com
The legislation would revive a number of expired tax provisions known as "extenders," address glitches in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and make a range of changes to savings- and retirement-related tax provisions. Other parts of the bill would revamp the IRS, provide new tax breaks for start-up businesses and offer assistance to disaster victims.
"The first time Finance Committee Dems saw Brady's legislation was in his press release," Wyden spokeswoman Rachel McCleery tweeted Monday evening. "There was no communication from his staff, including a heads up that something was coming. That is not how you negotiate."
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