Kevin Brady Drops Extenders, Adds Health Care Tax Rollbacks

Kevin Brady Drops Extenders, Adds Health Care Tax Rollbacks

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“This package looks familiar because it delivers bipartisan relief from some of the Affordable Care Act’s most egregious taxes,” Brady told reporters. He called the new package “95 percent bipartisan."

The other 5 percent, however, is bound to cause a few problems, in particular the Johnson Amendment repeal. “It’s been rejected over and over,” said David L. Thompson, vice president of public policy at the National Council of Nonprofits. “This doesn’t have public support, or Senate support.”

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