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(Jenny Starrs, Jordan Frasier/ The Washington Post)
Republicans face big tax negotiations
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Senate Republicans released their tax proposal on Nov. 9, but face some hurdles to reconcile the differences among the Senate, the House and President Trump in order to sign a bill into law.
Senate Republicans released their tax proposal on Nov. 9, but face some hurdles to reconcile the differences among the Senate, the House and President Trump in order to sign a bill into law.
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