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Corker is on Bannon’s hit list, according to Politico, as is Flake, Heller, and Mississippi Senator Roger Wicker.
The current hit list includes deductions for sales and property taxes, used in less than 20 percent of Texas returns, but architects may be moving toward partly restoring those.
The Collinses were mentioned in a hit list that was photographed and posted to a Facebook account with the name Joseph Lawrence Borowiak.
Deductions of health-insurance premiums for many small-business owners also seem protected, or at least not on a hit list.
The number one target on the United States' ISIS hit list has been killed in Syria.
His name was added to a militant hit list posted on the streets of Ramadi.
Of the seats on Labour’s hit list, the most winnable 64—the number needed for the party to gain a majority—are a near-even mix of those that voted to leave the EU and those that voted to remain (see map).
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Definition of hit list for English Language Learners
: a list of people, organizations, etc., that a person or group plans to oppose or eliminate
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