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TAX REFORM PASSES: Historic bill heads to Trump’s desk for signature

Second passage of H.R. 1 tax reform 12-20-17

The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday passed, by a 224 to 201 vote, tax reform a second time after the Senate made small changes to the measure align with parliamentary rules. Without a single Democrat voting yes, Republicans pushed through the historic modification of the tax code widely expected to put more money in middle-income earner’s pockets and boost ...

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House passes GOP tax bill along party lines in 227-203 vote – second House vote will be needed

U.S. House of Representatives vote on Tax Reform-2

Updated, 4:59 p.m.: Provisions in the tax bill violate the Senate’s procedural rules and will need to be removed, according to Senate aides. The House is expected to re-vote on the legislation Wednesday, after the Senate votes Tuesday night. Original Story: The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday passed the Republican tax reform measure in a vote that went along party ...

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House Passes Tax Reform 227-205 – Here’s what’s in the bill and the 13 GOP Reps Who Voted No

House vote on tax reform

The U.S. House of Representatives passed their version of tax reform on Thursday afternoon by a largely party-line vote. H.R. 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, passed by a 227 to 205 vote with all Democrats and 13 Republicans voting against the measure. The 13 Republicans that voted no were: Tom McClintock (CA) Dana Rohrabacher (CA) Darrell Issa of (CA) ...

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What’s in the House Tax Reform Bill

Republican tax reform filing form

The House of Representatives filed H.R. 1, their version of tax reform, on Thursday that included tax cuts for businesses, business owners, and middle-income families, but the Republicans stopped short of what would truly have been a generational tax reform. House Speaker Paul Ryan told reporters Tuesday that the bill would lower the tax bill of median-income Americans by about ...

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H.R. 1 The House Tax Reform Bill [Full Text]

On November 2, House GOP leadership announced their bill to achieve tax reform. It lowers taxes on businesses, business owners, and middle-income earners. The wealthy see little relief and will continue to shelter their money away from the economy which is status quo for them, and bad for the rest of the nation. The title isn’t sexy – To provide for ...

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House Passes 2018 Budget Along Party Lines

House passes 2018 budget

The U.S. House of Representatives passed its 2018 budget bill Thursday morning in a vote split along party lines. The 216-212 vote is a key next step to getting President Donald Trump‘s tax reform legislation passed. All 192 Democrats present voted against the bill along with 20 Republicans. Democrats have spent weeks demonizing the budget and the tax reform initiative ...

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Both parties collude to remove budgetary spending caps

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A $790 billion national security bill that included money for the southern border wall passed the House of Representatives on Thursday that is likely to die in the Senate. Welcome to the swamp. A package of four appropriations bills covering national defense, homeland security, energy, and money for the veterans affairs also included $1.6 billion for the wall on the ...

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New Poll Could Spell Trouble for Democrat Ossoff in Georgia Special Election

Democratic Party hopes of manufacturing a narrative that voters have turned against President Donald Trump is currently hanging by a thread in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District. Last week Democrats celebrated as an Atlanta Journal-Constitution poll showed inept and inexperienced Star Wars geek Jon Ossoff roaring out to a seven-point lead over GOP opponent Karen Handel. The left’s pouring of millions ...

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Yeah… Something is up with CIA and DNI heads refusing to testify to Congress on supposed Russian hacking

U.S. House Intelligence Committee

A narrative is being floated saying that Russian hacking caused Hillary to lose and it stinks of the same ideological, political antics that the Clintons, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, Sen. Harry Reid and President Obama have been guilty of for decades. Now that the CIA has made public comments in the media, Congress wants them to put some money where their mouths ...

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U.S. House Intelligence Committee: CIA and DNI Refuse to Back Up Questionable Russia Claims

David Nunez

The current news cycle is almost entirely about the CIA’s claim that they have evidence of a link between Russia and the leaked emails from Hillary campaign chief John Podesta, Congress has asked the CIA and Director of National Intelligence (DNI) heads to substantiate their public claims in the media. House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes issued ...

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Democrats re-elect Nancy Pelosi as House Minority Leader

Despite her significant missteps and divisive politics, Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) will keep her perch at the top of the House Democratic membership. In a 134 to 63 vote against challenger Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH), democrats chose the status quo of California-style identity politics, gridlock, and infighting over Ryan’s Ohio’ish appeal to middle-America and the working class. “We’ve lost that brand, and ...

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