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If the outgoing Ways and Means chairman succeeds on tax reform, it would provide one grand legacy.
Meet the 16 people closest to House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp.
For three decades in Congress, the current top Democrat on Ways and Means has fought for principles forged long ago in Detroit.
Most experts think Rep. Paul Ryan will get the job—if he wants it.
Ways and Means Chairman Dave Camp is gunning for an overhaul to the code, but there is much working against it.
If the tax code is ever to be simplified, reformers will have to contend with tax expenditures: the myriad of exclusions, deductions, credits, and deferrals that, combined, amo...
This was supposed to be the year a permanent solution was found to the annual problem of forced cuts in Medicare physician payments. We're still waiting.
Some Republicans who are big on global economic issues don't want to be seen as siding with the White House.
The devil of any major overhaul is in the details of what exactly will be targeted.
The House committee originates most tax measures in Congress, but it has acted on few since Republicans took charge.
The investigation into the tax agency scandal has thwarted bipartisanship on Ways and Means, as Republicans look for White House ties.
A look inside the House Ways and Means Committee with National Journal correspondent Stacy Kaper.