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Tax reform: Here are the housing measures Congress must reconcile

The historic tax credit, low-income housing tax credit, and the mortgage interest deduction are among the differences in the two bills Now that the Senate has passed its version of tax reform, Republican leadership turns its attention toward the final step in making the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act the law of the land—reconciling the Senate bill with the House of Representatives bill.
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