Filibuster Threatened over Corporate Tax Changes

The Senate on Friday scrambled to finish work on the biggest revision of corporate tax codes Congress has considered since 1986. Senators found many of the provisions they put in the bill earlier this year had been removed in negotiations with the House of Representatives, prompting threats of a filibuster that would keep senators in the chamber next week. NPR's David Welna reports.



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