Report: Schumer readies inversion bill

Sen. Charles SchumerCharles (Chuck) Ellis SchumerCan Mueller be more honest than his colleagues? Throwing some cold water on all of the Korean summit optimism House Republicans push Mulvaney, Trump to rescind Gateway funds MORE (D-N.Y.) will reportedly unveil a new proposal that would overturn any corporate inversions since 1994.

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Bloomberg News reported on Sunday that Schumer is still deciding when to introduce the legislation.

Democrats and President Obama have been criticizing companies that have inverted in recent months, a policy that include a company changing its headquarters address to take advantage of lower tax rates overseas.

On Monday, Treasury Secretary Jack LewJacob (Jack) Joseph LewTreasury pushes back on travel criticism with data on Obama-era costs Big tech lobbying groups push Treasury to speak out on EU tax proposal Overnight Finance: Hatch announces retirement from Senate | What you can expect from new tax code | Five ways finance laws could change in 2018 | Peter Thiel bets big on bitcoin MORE will speak in Washington and could unveil new administration policies aimed at making inversions less attractive.

— This report was updated on Sept. 8 at 9:47 a.m.