Some lobbyists predict that prior to debates lawmakers might arrive at legislation that makes much of the business provisions permanent, while making some popular tax perks for middle-income individuals only temporary.
"There will be a blend of those things they think they can do permanent and those things just to get the job done on a 10-year window," said Partner Thomas Reynolds.
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