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Social Is Steaming Over the GOP Tax Bill

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They say that only two things are certain in life: Death and Social’s ire for GOP taxes. With provisions that will end common deductions for middle-class earners and provide massive cuts to the corporate tax rate, it’s little wonder that Social sees so many downsides for average Americans under the so-called tax-reform plan Republicans seem poised to pass. It’s been holding at just 30 percent positives over the three days, and although that’s higher than a lot of other decidedly unpopular topics, such as President Donald Trump and sexual assault, it’s not by much. Unfortunately, the wave of unpopularity is not likely to stop the House of Representatives from passing the bill on Tuesday. The Senate is set to vote later this week, but The New Yorker’s John Cassidy believes it won’t be the last time the bill is deliberated upon in Congress. According to Cassidy, the bill simply makes it too easy for companies to restructure and maximize their savings. One sentiment seems to sum up Social’s feeling about the GOP tax legislation: “Blunder.” –Hugo Guzman



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