Will tax reform bills in Congress offer Americans families a break? A roundup of editorials Monday takes a look at the issue.
Opinions from the Right:
From The Oregonian: Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley warns that the tax reform bill isn’t what you may think it is.
.@KellyannePolls on tax reform plan: "We also look at this as a pay raise and a job security bill." pic.twitter.com/e4GzLaOVDY— FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) November 20, 2017
From The Democrat-Gazette: Arkansas State Sen. Jason Rapert says the tax reform plan is the best shot for reinvestment into small businesses, new jobs.
.@SenToomey: "Mr. Barthold, can you tell me where in the [#TaxReform] bill is the text that disqualifies people from Medicaid?”— Senate Republicans (@SenateGOP) November 19, 2017
Thomas Barthold of @jctgov: “The chairman’s mark had no provision related to Medicaid. It was really just tax provisions, sir.”pic.twitter.com/uBDIENT6kK
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From The Washington Times: Finally, the GOP is showing some backbone on the “pay fors” in the new tax plan.
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