Limbaugh: Republicans 'Don't Want to Cut Taxes,' 'Don't Want to Help Trump'

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Lewandowski has been back in the news lately as rumors swirl that he could be potentially joining a "war room" that the Trump administration plans to commission to head off ongoing and potential scandals the administration becomes intertwined in. Both sides agree additional revenue sources are needed to meet the state's obligations.

"So voters gave Republicans the Senate", he continued, "and Mitch McConnell said, 'Well, the first thing you have to know is it takes 60 votes to do anything in the Senate, and we don't have 60 votes".

This claim has been debunked by nonpartisan committee staff. The editorial examines two recent government documents: the House Republican health care bill and Trump's budget.

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After more than ten hours of debate, the New Hampshire Senate Wednesday night passed a GOP-crafted state budget along party lines. Each would have raised personal income tax rates and added a third tax bracket to Kansas' current two-bracket system. Some want a full repeal of the 2012 tax cuts, which would raise about $1.4 billion. Dan Feltes, also sought to remove proposed cuts to the state's business taxes. There's a good chance Cooper will veto the final budget since he's criticized both the House and Senate plans.

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The House plan focuses on retaining more veteran teachers by offering $5,000 one-time bonuses to teachers with at least 27 years of experience who agreed to remain on the job for at least two years.

"You have Republicans leading the House, the Senate and the White House", an unnamed White House official told Politico.

Republicans, Mr. Ryan said in March, want to "stop the discrimination in the tax code against people who want to go out in a free marketplace and buy the health care of their choosing". We need President Trump to stay focused on the big challenges facing our country like defeating radical Islamic terrorism and stopping the tide of illegal immigration.

The session entered its 104th day Thursday and is already among the longest in state history.

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