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Legislative update: Senate committee hearings to include discussions of U.S. tax system

Legislative update: Senate committee hearings

Following last week’s passage and enactment of the “American Rescue Plan Act of 2021,” committees of the U.S. Senate are turning their attention to other matters.


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The Senate Finance and Budget committees this week have held or have scheduled hearings that are expected to include discussions about the U.S. tax system.

  • The Finance Committee yesterday convened a hearing to examine the effects of the U.S. tax code on domestic manufacturing. Read more about the hearing and witness statements on the Finance Committee’s website.
  • The Budget Committee has scheduled for today, March 17, 2021, a hearing about the following topic: The Income and Wealth Inequality Crisis in America. Read more on the Budget Committee’s website.
  • The Finance Committee has scheduled for March 18, 2021, a hearing concerning forced labor and customs enforcement for “clean supply chains” and to protect workers. Read more on the committee’s website.
  • The Finance Committee has scheduled for March 23, 2021, a hearing on the following topic: How U.S. International Tax Policy Impacts American Workers, Jobs, and Investment.

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These hearings—and others on other issues unrelated to tax—may be in preparation for anticipated broad infrastructure and tax legislation in furtherance of President Biden’s “Build Back Better” economic recovery plan.

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