Ever since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed in late 2017, Democrats and a few Republicans have decried how the law’s $10,000 cap of the state and local tax deduction harms schools, local communities, home values, first responders, and middle-class families. Fast forward almost two years later and these false claims are not going away.

House Democrats recently announced a hearing scheduled for Tuesday where many of the common myths are likely to be repeated.

Here are a few of the most common misconceptions.

Myth #1: The Cap Hurts Middle-Class Taxpayers

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