The U.S. Senate has passed their version of tax reform, and now work has begun on consolidating both the Senate and House plans, with the goal of getting a tax reform bill on the President's desk by Christmas. Illinois Congressional Rep Rodney Davis (R-Taylorville) is optimistic that Congress will be able to achieve that goal.
Davis says although there are differences between the two bills, he feels the committee now tasked with consolidating the bills will be able to do so.
Davis also took a swipe at the Democratic party claiming their interests aren't being heard in the tax reform debate.
Congressman Rodney Davis appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.