Distrust of Senate grows within GOP

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Distrust of Senate grows within GOP

The state and local deduction: The Republican framework calls for eliminating this tax break, a change that would raise $1.3 trillion in revenue over 10 years.

Last week, the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center (TPC) found that 79 percent of Trump's tax cuts would go the top 1 percent by 2027, despite Trump's claims that the wealthy will not benefit. However, special districts were counting on that 2.9 percent tax funding and will not receive any money from the special sales tax. "So they need to take the data seriously even though the source is questionable".

TPC director Mark Mazur noted that his think tank conducted its analysis from a rough outline of the GOP tax plan, but said he stood by their findings.

"The budget would make it harder for children to get a decent education, harder for families to get the health care they desperately need, harder for families to put food on the table, harder to protect our environment and harder for the elderly to live their retirement years in dignity", the authors of the report write. No surprise then that a number of Republicans have already said that they'll vote against tax reform unless it keeps the deduction.

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The blueprint contains a legislative tool that would let Republicans pass a tax bill by a simple majority vote in the Senate, where they hold 52 of 100 seats, allowing them to bypass Democrats.

The Senate Budget Committee was expected to pass a similar budget later in the day, with a vote in the full Senate slated for the week of October 16.

The House measure also assumes that the upcoming tax bill won't add to the deficit; the Senate version, however, would permit the measure to add $1.5 trillion to the $20 trillion-plus national debt over the coming 10 years. The chamber takes a recess next week and the House takes one the following week, and final congressional action seems unlikely until at least late October if not later. He said the proposal is "the most horrific and destructive budget in the history of the United States of America". At a minimum, continuous tweaking would likely delay consideration of the tax bill while leaders try to find the "sweet spot" needed to pass it. "That's what we could be going toward", said former State Rep. Steve Stepanek, a Trump campaign co-chairman who served as the chairman of the Ways and Means Committee in the New Hampshire House of Representatives. The caterwauling by the Republican leadership, specifically Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan, is leaving many right-leaning and independent voters with a sense of ennui and is putting the party of Lincoln and Reagan at serious risk of losing its majorities in both houses of Congress in 2018.

Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., called on Republicans to scrap their plan for a partisan bill and work with Democrats or risk dividing their own party over taxes.

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As might be expected, members of the House Progressive Caucus - the largest group of House Democrats - blasted the tax cut plan unveiled by GOP President Donald Trump and Congress' ruling Republicans as an enormous giveaway to the rich at the expense of the rest of us.

"If you're going to pass a major reform, you got to have bipartisan support", he said. Republicans used this so-called reconciliation procedure in their failed attempt to kill Obamacare, including its tax surcharges on wealthy people.

"I'm telling you that doesn't affect us the way it will other states like NY and New Jersey", Stepanek said.

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