As polls showed growing disapproval among Americans of the tax bill, the House voted in favor of it, and the final GOP tax bill now moves to the Senate for a vote. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Update: Bloomberg, NBC, Associated Press and the Wall Street Journal are reporting that the House will likely have to vote again on the tax bill it just approved. The issue is seen as a procedural hiccup, rather than anything that could jeopardize the legislation’s passage: see “McCarthy says House will have to vote again

The House of Representatives passed by a 227-203 vote Tuesday H.R. 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

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