It’s been less than a week since President Donald Trump and the “Big Six” Republican tax negotiators rolled out their unified framework designed to overhaul the US tax code. But it’s already facing potential stumbling blocks from a wide array of Republican lawmakers and outside groups.
With a slender majority in the Senate and the possibility of significant outside pressure, it appears that the GOP tax plan could have a bumpy road to Trump’s desk.
State and local taxes
Republican leaders have proposed ending deductions for state and local taxes from a federal tax bill, and they have faced early resistance from both sides of the political aisle.