Top Trump administration officials will be part of a panel discussion on tax reform hosted by the Koch political network on Monday, as lawmakers and the conservative grassroots gear up to spend August talking up the big-ticket agenda item.Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and White House Director of Legislative Affairs Marc Short are scheduled to participate in the event at the Newseum, which is hosted by the groups Americans for Prosperity and Freedom Partners Chamber of Commerce.Also...
A group of top congressional Republicans and Trump administration officials on Thursday released a statement including several broad-based principles intended to serve as guideposts for tax reform going forward, saying they want to lower tax rates “as much as possible” as part of broader reform.The group said have decided to set aside a controversial border adjustment tax on imports that was estimated to raise about a trillion dollars in revenue and had been part of the House GOP’s tax...
Defense officials on Thursday tried to convince lawmakers they’re getting things under control after government auditors recently managed to set up a fake agency and acquire $1.2 million worth of military equipment through a transfer program that’s attracted controversy in recent years.The estimated value of the more than 100 items transferred ranged from about $300 to more than $600,000, and include things like simulated pipe bombs and simulated rifles, according to the report from the...
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