Would the House GOP tax plan save a typical family

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Would the House GOP tax plan save a typical family
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This amount is more than two-thirds lower than what the White House earlier said before the details of the House proposal were hammered out -- that "the average American family would get a $4,000 raise under the President's tax cut plan." We have urged skepticism about the $4,000 figure.

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