Democratic Rep. Antonio Delgado on Tuesday announced he is signing onto a bill that would repeal the $10,000 cap on state and local taxes.

The announcement came after Gov. Andrew Cuomo spoke to the New York House delegation on the issue last month and traveled today to meet with President Donald Trump about it at the White House.

“The 2017 tax law irresponsibly added more than a trillion dollars to the deficit while creating double taxation for middle- and working-class families in Upstate New York,” Delgado said. “Repealing the SALT cap is the right thing to do, and I’m glad to add my name to this bipartisan bill.”

Cuomo has blamed the cap for a $2.3 billion shortfall in tax revenue. He’s urged a repeal of the provision, which was part of the 2017 tax law.

Delgado last year defeated Rep. John Faso last year.