Public Policy Roundup
In this week's headlines, the Senate confirmed appointees and mulled how to pass tax reform while the administration pushed to roll back the Volcker Rule.
The border adjustment tax is dead, the new Fed vice chair wants transparency, and P3s were touted as a panacea to U.S. infrastructure woes in this week’s top stories.
This week, the GOP looked to tax reform for a potential legislative victory, but paying for cuts could be tricky. Meanwhile, NAFTA renegotiation takes a back seat.
Making headlines this week is a likely contender for the next Fed chair, plus Congressional discussions of pass-through tax rates and opposition to a procedural vote on health care.
Tax reform headlines top the week's middle-market public policy news as Washington wrestles with issues such as corporate interest deductability and a border adjustment tax.