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WASHINGTON – Congressman French Hill (AR-02) issued the following statement after supporting the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which passed the House:
“We achieved a major victory today by passing comprehensive tax reform in the House to help create new jobs, bring jobs back home, and let Americans keep more of their hard-earned money. Washington’s tax system has been broken for far too long and the system has been punishing Arkansans and Americans, keeping us from getting ahead and tapping into our full potential.
WASHINGTON – Congressman French Hill (AR-02) issued the following statement after House Republicans released their tax reform bill:
WASHINGTON – Congressman French Hill (AR-02) issued the following statement after supporting the FY2018 Budget Resolution:
WASHINGTON – Congressman French Hill (AR-02) issued the following statement after House Republicans released their unified framework on tax reform:
WASHINGTON - Congressman French Hill (AR-02) released the following statement after voting against House Resolution 504:
“I strongly support giving additional emergency aid to victims of Harvey and Irma, and I voted earlier this week to provide such assistance. However, when we sent the standalone aid bill to the Senate, it came back to the House with added spending and no budget or flood program reforms.
CORPORATIONS, TAXES AND INFRASTRUCTURE — OH MY! An economic adviser to President-elect Donald Trump on Tuesday pitched to lawmakers the idea of using a one-time 10 percent tax on corporate revenues repatriated from overseas to offset costs associated with an infrastructure spending plan. “We think that there’s as much as $2 trillion overseas,” Stephen Moore said at a meeting arranged by House Majority Whip Steve Scalise. Moore said the arrangement could possibly raise between $100 billion and $150 billion
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Congressman French Hill (AR-02) hosted a Tax Reform Roundtable at the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce in Little Rock with Arkansas business leaders, tax professionals, and other stakeholders to discuss House Republicans’ plan for reforming the current tax code.