GOP tax cuts

Watch: Menendez and Hugin Square Off After Bomb Threats
 

New Jersey Democratic Senator Bob Menendez and his opponent, Republican challenger Bob Hugin had their only debate Oct. 24. Although the two men agree on issues such as an immigration overhaul and protecting pre-existing conditions, there was no shortage of political and personal jabs.

Hugin challenged Menendez’s effectiveness in representing the Garden State, while Sen. Menendez accused Hugin of corporate greed for profit at the expense of cancer patients. Inside Elections with Nathan L. Gonzales currently rates the race Likely Democratic.

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Trump’s Ending 2017 on Hot Streak With Congress
 

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Tax Cut Bills Face Increasing Partisanship: Recent Tax Votes in One Chart
Democrats more likely to oppose Republican presidents’ tax plans

House Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady and House Majority Whip Steve Scalise embrace during a news conference in the Capitol after the House passed the the GOP’s tax overhaul bill Thursday. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)

The House on Thursday passed a bill to answer President Donald Trump’s call for a big tax cut without the support of a single Democrat.

Tax cut votes have historically been bipartisan affairs, with both parties supporting cuts signed by presidents Eisenhower, Johnson, Nixon, Reagan, Clinton and Obama.

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