Jan 03, 2017

New Republican-led Congress lays groundwork for Trump era | Reuters

The Republican-led U.S. Congress begins a new session on Tuesday in which it will start laying plans for enacting President-elect Donald Trump's agenda of cutting taxes, repealing Obamacare and rolling back financial and environmental regulations.

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