Kind knocks GOP tax reform approach, skeptical legislation will pass this year

U.S. Rep. Ron Kind knocked the GOP approach to overhauling the tax system this week, saying the introduction of a back-up plan shows the party’s failed to put in the “hard work” to develop a consensus.
The La Crosse Dem’s comments came in response to news this week that U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Oshkosh, is working on a separate “plan B” package because the GOP tax overhaul framework is “going to be very difficult to pass,” according to a Politico report.
“If they can’t get the votes. … I’ve got an alternative,” he told the publication.
But Kind blasted the approach in an interview with WisPoli...

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