But Camp (R-Mich.) and his allies have said that, even though tax reform isn’t going to happen this year, the chairman’s draft shouldn’t be viewed as a menu of options for policy initiatives on Capitol Hill.

“We want to maintain the integrity of the draft and our approach to tax reform. The last thing I want to do is see things get piecemeal,” Rep. Charles Boustany Jr. (R-La.) told reporters on Thursday. “I don’t think anybody on the committee wants to start tearing our draft apart and using it for pay-fors.”

Still, Boustany acknowledged that meant the Ways and Means panel, which is charged with finding ways to pay for whatever highway bill is crafted, was at a loss for the time being on how to fund infrastructure projects.
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