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President Donald Trump signed Republicans' sweeping tax overhaul plan into law Friday before heading to Florida.
President Donald Trump signed Republican's sweeping tax overhaul bill into law Friday morning.
Both the House and the Senate passed the tax plan earlier this week.
The $1.5 trillion tax overhaul will lower the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 21 percent. It will also lower individual tax rates and almost double the standard deduction.
Trump also signed a short-term spending bill, preventing a government shutdown and extending funding through Jan. 19.
News of the package comes as Ukraininan President Volodymyr Zelenskyy met with President Biden at the White House on Thursday.
Experts and some lawmakers have said impeachments should be rare, but that hasn't been the case in recent years.
"This is not going to be a pleasant meeting," said one expert on U.S.-Israeli relations. "It is going to be a sour meeting."
Obesity rates continue to increase across the U.S., which the CDC says is leading to higher health care costs.
With student loan payments resuming this fall, scammers are targeting current and former students by promising to help.
The storm, now about 340 miles southeast of Charleston, South Carolina, is expected to bring heavy rain and storm surge.