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INSIDE WASHINGTON: Discussion of tax reform picks up

Expectation is for legislation from two tax-writing committees to move through committees this fall under regular order.

After months of meeting regularly, the leaders of the House Ways & Means Committee and the Senate Finance Committee have committed to developing and drafting legislation that will result in what they say is the first comprehensive tax reform in a generation.

The White House and U.S. Department of the Treasury have met with more than 200 members of the House and Senate and hundreds of grassroots and business groups to talk to and hear their ideas about tax reform. A coalition of ag

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