New York Republicans get deal for vote on second tax bill to increase SALT deductions

House leaders have agreed to allow a stand-alone vote on the longtime goal of Republicans from blue states of increasing federal deductions for state and local taxes paid, a concession made to gain support for a major tax bill set for a vote Wednesday but that will generate opposition from conservatives.

A vote on the second deal, which leadership has committed to, is expected to be held next week and will involve relief for SALT deductions, two sources familiar with the ongoing and fluid negotiations confirmed to the Washington Examiner.

The initial tax deal set for a vote Wednesday, which expands the child tax credit and restores some prized business tax breaks, was on the rocks on Tuesday when four New York Republicans threatened to tank a procedural vote
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