The U.S. House Ways and Means Committee today approved two tax-related bills by voice vote.
Read the JCT descriptions of these bills.
The bills will now be referred to the full House of Representatives for possible consideration. A date has not been set for the House to consider the bills.
Assuming the House passes the bills, the Senate would need to pass identical legislation and the president would need to sign (or not veto) such legislation for the legislation to become law. The Senate has not indicated whether it will act on any of the bills.
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