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The Internal Revenue Service headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Here is your daily round-up of news and analysis as tax reform moves through Congress.
U.S. Chamber Staff
Media wait for President Donald Trump and China's president Xi Jinping to arrive for a news conference in  Beijing, China.
Countries fear what our economy is capable of when we lift the weight of our uncompetitive tax code.
Sean Hackbarth
The Internal Revenue Service headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Here is your daily round-up of news and analysis as tax reform moves through Congress.
U.S. Chamber Staff
A statue of Albert Gallatin stands outside the U.S. Treasury Building in Washington, D.C.
The tax reform about to be finalized in Congress will significantly raise economic growth for years to come.
J.D. Foster
U.S. Capitol Dome

Here's some input on tax reform that would make the final product as pro-growth as possible.

Caroline L. Harris
Mick Mulvaney

Following the resignation of Richard Cordray, it's clear the bureau should be led by a bipartisan commission.

Thomas J. Donohue
United States Senate
For tax reform to be as pro-growth as possible, that means burying the AMT once and for all.
Caroline L. Harris
An employee on the production line at the General Motors assembly plant in Arlington, TX.
Canada and Mexico are the top two markets for U.S. exports of manufactured goods, which have tripled under the trade agreement.
John G. Murphy