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Marshall: Tax bill would make Reagan proud

GOP-dominated Congress should soon send $1.5 trillion tax plan to president

Republican First District Congressman Roger Marshall heads to the House chamber to cast his yes vote for the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Tuesday afternoon.

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 Voting along sharply partisan lines, the Republican dominated U.S. House Tuesday afternoon approved the sweeping $1.5 trillion tax legislation by a vote of 227-203. It marks the first major tax overhaul in over 30 years.

Republican First District Congressman Roger Marshall cast one of the yes votes.

“Today I believe Ronald Reagan would be proud of the work Congress has done on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” said Marshall, a Great Bend physician. “The truth is we are not the same country that we were 31 years ago.”   

If the GOP-led Senate follows suit this week, Republicans ...


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