The much-vaunted Senate tax bill is now a health bill.

With a dearth of legislative victories, House and Senate Republicans had pinned their hopes on a sweeping change to the tax code — no easy task. But now, with another mission heaped on top of their primary goal, can Republicans pass major legislation before the year is out?

Guests

  • Kimberly Adams Senior reporter, Marketplace; @KA_Marketplace
  • Brian Riedl Senior fellow and member of Economics 21, the Manhattan Institute; former chief economist to Senator Rob Portman; @Brian_Riedl
  • Seth Hanlon Senior fellow with tax policy team at the Center for American Progress; former special assistant to President Obama on economic policy; @SethHanlon
  • Jerry Howard CEO, National Association of Home Builders; @NAHBhome

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