McMorris Rodgers supports recent Tax Bill

Nov 19, 2017, 00:57
McMorris Rodgers supports recent Tax Bill

"We are delivering on the President's promise to make meaningful tax reform that will simplify the tax code, allow you to keep more of your hard-earned paycheck and help our job creators put more people back to work", said Rogers.

House members "ignored impacts to the poor and families" in passing the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Nov. 16, said Bishop Frank J. Dewane of Venice, Florida. "So 9 out of 10 of my constituents should be able to file their taxes on a post card".

Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, who has voted with Democrats against repealing Obamacare, is reportedly having a more hard time coming to a "yes" vote on the Senate Republicans' tax reform plan since McConnell announced Tuesday that a repeal of Obamacare's individual health insurance mandate would be added to the Senate version of the tax bill. "And in a number of ways this tax bill is going to make it more expensive to go to college", said Marc Egan with the National Education Association.

Colleges could, in theory, just add the required donation amount to the price of a season ticket, but the benefit of doing it the current way is that the portion considered a donation is, of course, tax deductible.

McMorris Rodgers supports recent Tax. "The House today voted to move the United States toward a tax system that delivers jobs and economic growth".

A group of college athletic administrators say they're extremely concerned that a proposed measure in the House's tax bill that passed on Thursday will greatly impair college sports funding.

The legislation also doubles the standard deduction, preserves the mortgage interest deduction, retains retirement savings options, and continues the deduction for state and local property taxes.

Q: The Senate version of the tax bill would end the mandate in the Affordable Care Act to have health care.

I appreciate the opportunity to respond and clear the record on this matter, and to the writer: I think your creativity might be better suited for the silver screen; you can use me as a reference. This is one of the issues that's expected to be addressed in conference committee with a goal of making both individual and corporate tax cuts permanent.