House GOP Restores Adoption Tax Credit After Backlash

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The Weekly Standard 2017 Washington, DC Politics 2017-11-09 2017-11-09T16:04 2017-11-09T16:04 House GOP Restores Adoption Tax Credit After Backlash House Republicans reversed course Thursday on their plans to scrap the adoption tax credit. Kevin Brady, chairman of the tax-writing Ways and Means Committee, issued a statement that an amendment to the committee's bill would restore the adoption credit and make other tweaks to the bill. The announcement came after news broke that the Senate GOP would keep the adoption tax credit in its tax reform bill. The House GOP's initial proposal to nix the credit was met with strong backlash from a wide array of voices within the Republican party, including pro-life leaders, social conservatives, and other elected Republicans. John McCormack, Paul Ryan, Politics, tax reform, Tax Credits, adoption, Conservative Newsstand, home page, House Ways and Means Committee, Kevin Brady, Today's Blogs

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