Republican and Democratic party leaders have already signaled that tax reform will be on the 2019 legislative agenda, including a hard look at corporate taxes. With Democrats winning control of the House, some key questions emerge: What will the Democrats do about the 2017 tax cut law? Will they look to repeal and replace some, if not all, of the Republicans’ big tax cut for corporations and individuals? What is feasible politically? What is feasible fiscally? Are there targeted fixes that can be made to improve the law in the eyes of critics? Or is it time to more fundamentally re-think the principles and goals driving US tax policy?

Roll Call will host a morning conversation to discuss the state of play of tax reform, and the path forward to striking a bipartisan solution.

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Kick Off Remarks
Jason Dick, Deputy Editor, Roll Call
Welcoming Remarks
Paul O’Brien, VP, Oxfam America
Sen. Chris Van Hollen
In conversation with Peter Cohn, Tax and Budget Editor, CQ News
Elise Bean, Washington Co-Director, Levin Center at Wayne Law
Kyle Pomerleau, Economist and Director, Center for Quantitative Analysis, Tax Foundation
In conversation with Peter Cohn, Tax and Budget Editor, CQ News
Interview with Paul O'Brien, VP, Oxfam America