By Kate Ackley | January 19, 2024 5:16AM ET
“If we’re talking divided government in 2025, this is a good test case and a bit of a dress rehearsal to see how all the key players on the Hill respond to the pressures and challenges,” said David Olander, who heads the tax practice at Capitol Counsel.
Lobbyists also are eyeing the current debate for clues about what to expect in next year’s much larger fight over provisions from the 2017 tax law that are set to expire. It may signal the potential for bipartisan deal-making more broadly this year, too.
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