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Legislative update: Ways and Means schedules hearing on tax reform

Ways and Means schedules hearing on tax reform

The Ways and Means Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives has scheduled for Thursday, May 18, 2017, a hearing on tax reform.

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According to a Ways and Means release [PDF 151 KB], the hearing will cover “how tax reform will grow our economy and create jobs across America” and focus on “tax reform policies that will generate economic growth, create jobs, and increase paychecks for all Americans.”

The Ways and Means Committee has not yet released a list of witnesses invited to testify. The Ways and Means release explains how other individuals or organizations may submit written testimony for consideration by the committee and inclusion in the written record.

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