(NEW YORK TIMES) — Once again, it could all come down to Senator John McCain.
After sinking his party’s hopes of repealing the Affordable Care Act this year with a dramatic thumbs-down, the fate of a tax overhaul may now sit in the hands of the Republican from Arizona. In recent days, Mr. McCain has been fairly tight-lipped about his views on the tax proposal speeding through the Senate, saying he sees some problems with the existing bill but is waiting for a final plan before making a decision.
Asked about what concerned him about the Senate tax bill this week, Mr. McCain replied tersely: “A lot of things.”
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