Will the Charlottesville fallout dim prospects for a tax bill? House Ways & Means Chair Kevin Brady says President Trump is crucial to reform efforts, but some in the GOP and many in the business community are distancing themselves from the White House.
How do you say fuggedaboutit in Kentucky? Senate Democrats said they’d be willing to work with Republicans on a bipartisan tax bill... Finance Committee chair Orrin Hatch suggested some business could be done... but within hours Majority Leader Mitch McConnell slammed the door. So, as with the health bill, the GOP will try to get it done on its own.