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Committee on FinanceIntroducedOctober 31st, 2017
- senate Committees
Members of Congress shouldn’t get a tax break that lets them deduct their living expenses, like meals and lodging, when they’re in Washington, D.C. The deduction should be eliminated.
Members of Congress need a tax deduction to help make up for the additional expenses they incur from splitting their time between home and Washington, D.C.