White House officials outlined what one of them called an“aggressive” timetable Monday for getting a tax overhaul in placebefore the end of the year.

A top White House legislative aide said the plan for a tax coderewrite is to start hearings and a markup of the bill after LaborDay so a version can get through the House in October and theSenate in November. He also said a 2018 budget resolution—the firststep to get a tax bill passed without Democratic support—would beagreed upon in September or October.

“So that, I think, is an aggressive schedule, but that is ourtimetable,” White House legislative affairs chief Marc Short saidat a tax event in Washington sponsored by Americans forProsperity, a group backed by billionaire industrialistsCharles and David Koch.

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