Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty opposes changes made to the proposed tax bill during the recently reconciliation session between the House and Senate. She says it still raises taxes on millions of working people. She also says it considerably limits Connecticut families' ability to deduct their state and local taxes. The tentative agreement would still eliminate the individual mandate under the Affordable Care Act and eliminate the corporate Alternative Minimum Tax. State and local tax deductibility would be capped at $10,000 and home mortgage interest deductions would be limited.