"The House Republicans who proposed this bill are hypocrites," Horsford said. "They argue we can't extend unemployment insurance for nearly 3 million Americans without a pay-for, but then turn around and give a corporate tax break of
The bill would make permanent only six of nearly 60 tax provisions that expired last year, excluding critical tax programs that help hard-working Americans, such as the Earned Income Tax Credit and the Child Tax Credit, along with provisions that promote the hiring of veterans and help families afford college.
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