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U.S. senators drop tax enforcement from bipartisan infrastructure bill -Portman

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By David Lawder and Joel Schectman WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. lawmakers trying to salvage a $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill have dropped a provision to beef up tax enforcement, Republican Senator Rob Portman said on Sunday, setting aside a significant revenue-raising measure. The provision, aimed at increasing Internal Revenue Service (IRS) collections, will instead likely be added to a separate budget “reconciliation” bill being pushed by Democrats as a vehicle for passing trillions of dollars more in spending and tax increases, Portman said on CNN’s State of the Union program. …

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