Today, House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-MI) sent a memo to Committee members updating them on tax reform and the “tax extenders.”  On the issue of tax reform, Camp said that he would continue to “educate Members and stakeholders on the draft as well as collect and analyze feedback from Members and taxpayers on the policy decisions contained in it.” Camp said that the Committee would hold additional meetings with the staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation, hold public hearings on “specific portions of the bill,” and “begin advancing permanent legislation through the Committee that paves the way for tax reform by making incremental progress towards full reform.” On the issue of the extenders, Camp said that, beginning in April, the Committee would go “policy by policy to determine which extenders should be made permanent.”  Camp said that the specific dates for hearings and mark-ups would be announced in the future.