The House will have to vote a second time on the GOP's tax cut bill after the Senate was forced to change the bill to clear a parliamentary hurdle.

Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., announced to House lawmakers Tuesday that the House will take up the bill again on Wednesday after the Senate approves a slightly modified version of the bill.

The Senate will strip out part of a provision that expands the use of 529 accounts to cover tuition for students in private elementary and secondary schools and homeschooling costs. The homeschooling costs will be taken out.

"Members are further advised that an additional procedural vote on the Motion to Concur is expected tomorrow morning, which will clear the bill for President Trump’s signature," McCarthy told members in a memo.

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Both chambers must pass identical bills to clear the measure for the president's signature.