Republican staffers tell The Daily Caller that new tax cuts and regulatory reforms aimed at jumpstarting the economy will be on the agenda in the House of Representatives when it returns from recess after Labor Day.

Staffers say no specifics have been locked in yet. But a significant tax reform package could come this fall, they say, because nothing is likely to be accomplished after the 2012 election cycle begins in earnest.

A committee spokesperson told TheDC that Michigan Republican Rep. David Camp, who chairs the powerful House Ways and Means Committee, intends to make tax reform a priority after Congress reconvenes and push for the same tax rates contained in the Ryan budget.

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