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Allies of the legislation to expand the child tax credit and revive some business tax breaks have been hoping Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer would put the Wyden-Smith bill on the floor.

Why a vote on the Wyden-Smith tax bill isn’t so simple

The Senate math on the Wyden-Smith tax bill is far from neat.

Allies of the legislation to expand the child tax credit and revive some business tax breaks have been hoping Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer would put it on the floor even though it almost certainly lacks the votes to pass.

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