Iowa House tax plan advances amid opposition to Senate’s mental health change
Iowa Capital Dispatch: Democrats in the Iowa House lined up behind Republicans’ tax proposal for one main reason, Rep. Charles Isenhart said Thursday: “It’s not the Senate bill.” Lawmakers on the House Ways and Means Committee voted unanimously on Thursday to advance the House tax proposal. The bill would remove triggers for the 2018 tax cuts, phase out the inheritance tax and introduce new tax credits for child care and workforce housing. The plan stands in opposition to a proposal by Gov. Kim Reynolds and Senate Republicans.
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