House Republicans pass tax plan, Senate plan’s future unclear

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FOX 4 Kansas City WDAF-TV | News, Weather, Sports—WASHINGTON -- The House of Representatives passed major tax reform legislation along party lines, advancing a key agenda item for President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans. The vote was 227-205, with no Democrats backing the bill. While the bill's passage in the GOP-controlled House was largely drama free, the prospects for the measure are more unclear in the Senate where Republicans hold a slim two-seat majority. On Wednesday, Wisconsin GOP Sen. Ron Johnson announced he...

The fight over the Republican tax plan isn't over — here are the biggest differences between the House and Senate plans. The Senate and House versions of the Republican tax bill are significantly different, requiring a conference committee to hash out the discrepancies. Some of the key sticking points: Obamacare mandate repeal, the length of individual tax cuts, and more. The House voted to formally kick off the conference committee process on Monday. While both the House and Senate have passed their own versions of the Republican tax plan, the fight remains far from over. There is little doubt among investors...