Congressional Sumo Wrestling and Clouds on the Horizon

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Arthur Rosen wrote this bylined article on the complicated congressional legislative process involving bills impacting state taxes. The process “is excruciatingly long, even though U.S. House and Senate floor action can take only a few minutes,” Mr. Rosen wrote, adding that while “conventional wisdom says that little gets accomplished in an election year,” it is not “unrealistic” to think that Congress in 2016 may decide on a number of bills “in one fell swoop.”