House Speaker Paul Ryan joined Dan and Amy with an update on the tax reform bill, and assured them it will be headed to President Trump’s desk before Christmas:
CNN Senior Economist Stephen Moore told Dan and Amy it would be a mistake to send the tax reform bill to a conference committee:
Fox News Contributor Juan Williams joined Dan and Amy to talk about the retirement of John Conyers after allegations of sexual misconduct:
Georgetown Law Professor Randy Barnett joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the SCOTUS arguments in the Masterpiece Cakeshop case:
Sen. Flake ignites firestorm by posting check with $100 Doug Jones donation with fiery 3-word message: Country over party.
The House and Senate have now each passed different versions of Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Both bills are a big improvement to America’s out-of-date tax code and could boost the economy by almost 3 percent, leading to more jobs and higher wages for working Americans. The Heritage Foundation has a helpful chart explaining the differences.
The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments Tuesday in the case of a Colorado “cake artist,” Jack Phillips, accused of engaging in sexual orientation discrimination under the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act when he refused to designed a custom cake celebrating the same-sex marriage of Charlie Craig and David Mullins.
The Illinois Student Assistance Commission, which administers College Illinois, is huddling with state lawmakers on how to fill a gap between the dollars in the investment fund backing the program and the family-purchased contracts to attend the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and other state schools in the future. ISAC hopes to determine a course of action during next year’s legislative session.