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It also would feature a top individual tax rate of 37 percent and raise the mortgage interest deduction amount to $750,000.
The tax bill now goes to a full Senate where some Republicans are already skeptical.
CEO Mark Frissora said that the proposed acquisition is "an excellent opportunity to enter into a growing region."
Disney has been at the center of both deal chatter and an investigation that looked into its financial dealings with the California city of Anaheim.
Overhauling the tax code has been a major focus for both the White House and congressional Republicans after failing to repeal Obamacare.
President Donald Trump has requested for a heightened vetting program following Tuesday's terrorist attack.
Hensarling said he decided to time his retirement from Congress with the end of his term as House Financial Services Committee chairman.
When asked if he was looking into phasing in corporate tax rate reductions, Trump responded, "We're not looking for that, hopefully not."