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    Republicans Appear Set to Pass Tax Reform

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    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan will discuss the Republican tax bill that is expected to be signed into law by President Trump in the coming days. They also talk about Nikki Haley's response to an incident involving a missile aimed at Riyadh and much more during a guest filled show.

    Scheduled Guests: (Show 7-10 AM ET)

    Joe Lawler — Economics Reporter for the Washington Examiner | Topic: Tax Bill

    Sasha The Diva — Author, radio host, movie & TV actor | Topic: Her success in business, overcoming obstacles

    Joel Segal — National Director, Justice Action Mobilization Network (Jammin), Former Congressional Staffer | Topic: Trump and Defense/ Climate Policy

    Naomi Harm — Expert in Education | Topic: Inspiring girls to pursue careers in STEM fields

    Paul Porter — Music / Media Executive, Author Blackout: My 40 Years in the Music Business IndustryEars.com | Topic: How corporations erased Black identity from Black radio and music

    Holly "Hood" Harris (In-studio) — The "urban libertarian" campaign coordinator for MD Gov candidate | Topic: Perspectives on sexual scandals, Democratic wins in the South

    The Republicans expect to get a major legislative victory to close out the year by passing their tax reform bill. Despite no Democratic support in Congress, how soon will President Trump sign the bill into law? The Washington Examiner's Joe Lawler joins the show to break things down.

    A week ago, Michael Krieger was on the program to discuss education. Today, expert in education, Naomi Harm will talk about the importance of inspiring girls to pursue careers in STEM fields.

    Garland and Lee close out the show being joined in-studio by "Urban Libertarian" Holly 'Hood' Harris. Holly will talk about the ongoing sexual assault crisis as well as Doug Jones recent victory in Alabama.

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