Meadows: Budget still lacks vote, despite death of border tax

The Hill – The House Freedom Caucus is still holding out on voting for the budget resolution, despite a major victory for the group in eliminating the border adjustment tax.

“There’s still not enough votes to pass the budget,” Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) said.

Members of the conservative group have withheld support for the budget over a series of policy disagreements, including the level of mandatory spending cuts and the specifics for tax reform, which the budget will have to lay out for procedural reasons.

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