It has become increasingly rare to see Congress do something that is both important and bipartisan, and even rarer when legislation advances a pro-life, pro-family agenda. The Tax Relief for American Workers and Families Act of 2024 does exactly that.

The House Ways and Means Committee, led by Chairman Jason Smith, overwhelmingly approved it, with every Republican and all but three Democrats supporting it. Speaker Johnson is to be commended for bringing the bill to a vote a week later, where it was approved on a supermajority vote of 357-70 at the end of January. It now awaits a vote in the Senate, where its fate is less sure.

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