BY FRANK CAMPILLO
The Republican-led Senate just passed a bill to reform America’s corporate and individual taxes on a split and mainly partisan 51 to 49 votes. All 48 Democrats voted “no” and Republican Sen. Robert P. Corker of Tennessee joined them on the vote. Republicans are now closer to sending the legislation to President Donald Trump’s desk with the House voting soon to formally set up a conference committee that will finalize the final version of a compromised tax bill. The House had already passed its tax reform legislation earlier in November.
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