The most radical revision of business taxes since 1986 - the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004 - has passed both the House and the Senate by wide margins.
At press time, President Bush, despite expressing some misgivings over the voluminous special interest provisions, had indicated that he would sign the bill.
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