Some highlights from the final Republican tax reform bill

After officially releasing the final details on Friday night, Republicans in Congress set votes for next week in the House and Senate on a sweeping overhaul of the federal tax code, as GOP leaders expressed confidence that they would have the votes to pass the first major tax reform package since 1986.

"This is what the American people have been waiting for: more jobs, fairer taxes, and bigger paychecks," said House Speaker Paul Ryan.

"The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is now only two votes and a signature away from becoming the law of the land," Ryan added, as Republicans said a vote would take place on Tuesday in the House.

"I'm very excited about this moment," said Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX), the lead tax-writer as Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee.

If you want to read through the bill, and the basic explanation of what the provisions would do, then click here, and take a look at the final version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017.

The first 500-plus pages is the bill text, followed by another almost 600 pages of explanation and financial charts about the legislation.

Here's some of the high points:

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