Tax Reform 2.0 may get a summer release according to House Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX). Brady said that GOP members of his tax-writing committee have been meeting regularly to discuss the forthcoming package — the centerpiece of which will focus on making permanent the individual tax cuts enacted in 2017. The price tag for permanency has been estimated to cost anywhere between $600 billion and $700 billion.

Brady’s plan is to circulate draft legislation in July so that the House GOP caucus can review the proposals before official bill introduction. In addition to extending tax cuts, the package may also include provisions addressing retirement savings and education benefits. The goal is to get legislation out before the August recess.

Tax Reform 2.0 has little chance of surviving in the Senate, as nine Democrats would have to cross the aisle to help get it across the finish line. Still, left-leaning organizations aren’t taking any chances, issuing a letter urging lawmakers to reject “round 2 of tax cuts.” The June 12 letter cites cost concerns and argues that the 2017 tax cuts have disproportionately benefitted the wealthy. Signatories to the letter include 130 prominent national organizations such as the AFL-CIO, the Children’s Defense Fund, and the Center for American Progress.