Patricia Cohen

the New York Times

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Covers the national economy for the New York Times.

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Republicans are debating the provisions of their tax bill on the Senate floor t oday. We’ve been hearing a lot of argument over who benefits from the tax cuts.

GOP tax bill: What's in it that has nothing to do with taxes?

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