4 Changes To The Senate Tax Bill You May Have Missed

Law360, Los Angeles (December 4, 2017, 7:47 PM EST) -- In a rush to pass its $1.4 trillion tax cut bill early Saturday, the Senate made several last-minute alterations to major provisions to win over holdouts, but it also included less-publicized changes affecting the tax treatment of Ninth Circuit lawyers, sports leagues and universities.

Many Democrats lambasted Republican lawmakers for introducing 11th-hour changes to the legislation by, among other thing, scribbling notes in the margins of the nearly 500-page bill that eventually won approval by the chamber. That bill now must be reconciled with the version passed...
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