‘UpFront’: Johnson hopeful Senate tax bill will be changed to win his support

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U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson says he’s encouraged changes will be made to the Senate tax bill to win his support for the measure.
The Oshkosh Republican last week said he was opposed to the current bill because of how it treats smaller businesses known as “pass throughs” for tax purposes. Johnson said the bill treats large corporations more favorably than smaller businesses, which he said are often bedrocks of local communities.
“I didn’t do it to draw attention to myself. I wanted to draw attention to this issue, and I have,” Johnson said on “UpFront with Mike Gousha,” produced in partnership with W...

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