House Republicans delay tax plan rollout

Republicans were slated to unveil the bill Wednesday.

— -- House Republicans are delaying the rollout of their tax bill amid unresolved questions about key elements of the plan.

Republicans were slated to unveil the bill Wednesday, but are now pushing the announcement to Thursday, House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady, R-Texas, confirmed late Tuesday night.

Just minutes earlier, Brady had emerged from a meeting with Ways and Means Committee Republicans and told reporters staff were planning to "work through the night" on the bill, and that there were no changes to the initial self-imposed timetable.

Republicans continue to wrestle with potential changes to state and local tax deductions that would generate revenue to help pay for the tax cuts in the proposal, which could add $1.5 trillion to the deficit over 10 years.

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