The Associated Press TAXES: Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, R-Wis., meets with reporters Thursday as he encourages support for Republican tax reform legislation, on Capitol Hill in Washington. The House and Senate tax overhaul plans are broadly similar, but crucial differences create headaches for Republican leaders determined to keep myriad interest groups and factions of the GOP satisfied.

The Associated Press TAXES: Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, R-Wis., meets with reporters Thursday as he encourages support for Republican tax reform legislation, on Capitol Hill in Washington. The House and Senate tax overhaul plans are broadly similar, but crucial differences create headaches for Republican leaders determined to keep myriad interest groups and factions of the GOP satisfied.

Tax split between House, Senate poses a big challenge

By ANDREW TAYLOR and MARCY GORDON The Associated Press
This article was published November 11, 2017 at 4:00 a.m.

WASHINGTON -- The House and Senate tax overhaul plans are broadly similar, but crucial differences are creating headaches for Republican leaders determined to keep myriad interest groups and factions of the GOP satisfied. And then there's the ambitious timetable they've set of finishing in time to get legislation to President Donald Trump by Christmas.

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