Senate majority leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., said that Congress isn't likely to act before the year's end on legislation to stave off the alternative minimum tax from hitting an estimated 17 million new taxpayers.
Though both the House and the Senate have passed versions of a bill funding the AMT reprieve of more than $30 billion, the chambers have each structured very different versions of legislation.
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