Rep. Tom MacArthur on Sunday said he would vote “yes” to the latest House Republican tax reform plan, despite previously being on the fence about the legislation.
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“I spent the last three days actually looking at this $10,000 cap on property taxes and I came to the only conclusion I think anyone who really looks at it can come too to, and that is that we just got a huge win for middle class taxpayers even in high-tax states like mine,” MacArthur told Maria Bartiromo on “Sunday Morning Futures.”
MacArthur, a New Jersey Republican, said a $10,000 property tax cap “covers the vast majority of people” in the state and in his congressional district.
Previously, MacArthur was one of more than a dozen Republican lawmakers to vote “no” on the 2018 budget blueprint.