The Senate GOP tax plan could get late changes to win over holdouts, according to four people who spoke with The Washington Post.
Senate Republicans are discussing several changes to the legislation, and are most focused on concerns from Republican Sens. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin and Steve Daines of Montana who say the bill favors corporations over other businesses. Republicans Jeff Flake of Arizona and James Lankford of Oklahoma have also expressed issues with the bill.
Republicans plan to take advantage of a special Senate budget rule that allows them to pass certain tax measures with just 51 votes, which means they can only afford …Read More On Newsmax