Both the House and Senate passed nearly $5 billion in tax cut bills, aimed at helping victims of Hurricane Katrina and the people who provide them shelter.

The bills have slight differences that will need to be ironed out before moving the legislation to President Bush for his signature. That process is not expected to take long, with both chambers having passed the bills by a voice vote.

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