Senate Republicans in Congress could vote on their version of tax reform as soon as this week. If the Senate bill passes, it would need to be reconciled with the House version and then voted on again. There are still a number of Senate Republicans who have expressed reservations. They can only lose two votes for the bill to still pass without any Democratic support. BPR's Jeremy Loeb discusses its impact in Western North Carolina with NC State University economist Dr. Michael Walden.