A Republican-lead effort to repeal the estate tax failed to even reach a vote on the Senate floor.
With 60 votes required to block a filibuster and end debate on the bill, 41 Senators voted against the measure and another two didn't vote, most falling along party lines and leaving repeal boosters with just 57 votes.
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