U.S. President Donald Trump plans to meet Tuesday with Senate Republicans in a crucial week for his presidency and his tax plan that could decide whether he ends his first year with a major legislative achievement.
Last-minute threats to the tax cuts that Trump has promised since early in his long-shot presidential campaign are looming among Senate Republicans. Concerns center on the taxation of partnerships, limited liabilities and other companies; on the overall cost of the tax bill itself; and on a familiar GOP stumbling block — Obamacare.
Senate Republican leaders aren’t counting on any Democrats for a floor vote that could come Thursday or Friday — but that means they can afford to lose only two members of their own party. Here are the eight GOP senators most likely to decide the tax bill’s fate.
Bob Corker, Jeff Flake, James Lankford, Ron Johnson, Steve Daines, Susan Collins, John McCain and Jerry Moran
Liberal Haven, the Left Coast, has a Serious Homeless Problem
LA and other major California cities, especially San Francisco, have a serious homeless problem.
After living in Los Angeles for 15 years one of the main take-a-ways during time spent living there (aside from the traffic was horrible), is that LA and other major California cities, especially San Francisco, have a serious homeless problem. Also important to note is that California is one of the highest taxed states in the country. California also claims to take care of vulnerable populations within their borders. Is this how we do it here?
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From California to Washington, the West Coast is a Left Coast — a land of sexual hedonism, lax drug laws, and socialism. No surprise then that this “Left Coast” is now the epicenter of a surging homeless population.
According to the Associated Press, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development released its “annual Point in Time count Wednesday, a report that showed nearly 554,000 homeless people across the country during local tallies conducted in January. That figure is up nearly 1 percent from 2016.”