On December 15, the House and Senate Conference Report on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) was released and approved by the conference committee. Though the compromise bill removes some of the objectionable provisions from prior versions, such as repeal of the medical expense deduction, the work opportunity tax credits, and the disabled access credit, The Arc strongly opposes this legislation. The TCJA repeals the individual mandate to have health insurance, leading to 13 million fewer people with coverage, and increases the deficit by nearly $1.5 trillion over a decade, adding pressure to cut Medicaid and other critical programs while providing tax cuts that disproportionately benefit the most affluent and large corporations. See a summary of winners and losers in the bill from the New York Times. Take Action TODAY to oppose this historic damaging legislation.