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House Democrats release text of “phase 3” bill, response to coronavirus (COVID-19)

House Democrats release text of “phase 3” bill

U.S. House Appropriations Committee Chairwoman Nita Lowey (D-NY) tonight introduced the House Democrats’ "phase 3" coronavirus response bill—the "Take Responsibility for Workers and Families Act” (H.R. 6379).

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The bill includes a tax title (Division T), which begins on page 1073 [PDF 2.95 MB] of the 1404-page bill. 

The Appropriations Committee also provided a 63-page summary [PDF 664 KB] of the bill (the tax provisions begin on page 56) and a “one pager” [PDF 150 KB] of key details of the bill.

Read TaxNewsFlash for information about the House Democrats’ bill, including a summary of tax provisions included in Division T of the bill.

Read TaxNewsFlash for information on tax provisions in a previously released Senate proposed bill.

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