Tax reform passed the House of Representatives today, getting one step closer to President Trump's desk.
Why it matters: This is a huge legislative win for Republicans after a tough 2017 that included multiple failed efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Quick hits from the NYT:
What's next: The Senate, where it's expected to pass even without the vote of Sen. John McCain, who's back in Arizona recovering from his latest round of chemo. (And a second vote in the House tomorrow because of procedural hiccup.)
Sen. Pat Leahy (D-Vt.) said in a statement that he regrets calling on Sen. Al Franken to resign over sexual misconduct allegations;
"I have stood for due process throughout my years as a prosecutor and in chairing the Judiciary Committee... I regret not doing that this time."