Round Two for Republican-sponsored tax cuts got underway at the statehouse today.
Gov. Reynolds’ proposal to cut taxes by $1.7 billion over the next six years got its first airing in the Iowa House, one day after the Senate approved a bigger, faster plan.
Senate Republicans call their bill “bold” to cut taxes by a billion dollars a year.
The GOP is characterizing the governor’s plan as sustainable, practical, and pragmatic.
The bill cuts personal income taxes by up to 23 percent.