California: 13 state legislatures.
Hawaii: 7 state legislatures.(CNN) The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to vote this week on a $1.1 trillion tax overhaul that will also add $1 trillion in new spending and reduce corporate tax rates, the Senate is expected Thursday to pass a $2.1-trillion package that would cut taxes for most Americans and eliminate corporate tax deductions.
The House bill will require lawmakers to consider a wide range of options in crafting legislation, including a version that would make it easier for people to file taxes online, a proposal to increase the number of small businesses that can deduct their state and local taxes and an option that would create a tax credit for small businesses.
The Senate will consider a separate proposal to tax state and municipal bonds, as well as a proposal that would allow families with incomes of up to $75,000 to deduct state and city taxes.
The measure has broad support from Republicans, but it is opposed by Democrats and some independents.
Republicans say the bill will increase the deficit and hurt middle-class families while Democrats say it will help the wealthy.
In recent weeks, House Speaker Paul Ryan has said he will support the tax overhaul, but he will not support the final bill, saying it lacks enough detail to pass.
Democrats have been pressing Ryan to take a more conservative position, particularly on tax rates and how much they would pay.
The GOP speaker has not publicly said what he will do with the tax legislation, though the party is expected on Wednesday to release a report outlining the details.
Republicans, led by President Donald Trump, want to lower the top individual tax rate from 39.6 percent to 25 percent and also make permanent the Bush-era tax cuts for individuals and families.
The White House and Congressional Democrats want to raise taxes on wealthier Americans to pay for their promised tax overhaul.