(Bloomberg) -- The Senate tax-writing committee continuedhammering out the details of its tax cut proposal Tuesday, whilethe House may vote on its bill as soon as Thursday.

Senator John Thune, the chamber’s No. 3 Republican, said therepeal of the individual mandate required by Obamacare will beincluded in the revised version of the Senate GOP tax plan.

House Majority Whip John Cornyn is confident the chamber willget the 50 votes it needs to pass a bill, according to Thune. “Wewouldn’t have proceeded if Cornyn wasn’t confident he could get to50,” Thune said.

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