Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, the former chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, is warning that tax season could be delayed next year if approval of tax extenders legislation is put off until after the mid-term elections in November.
Grassley pointed out in a speech on the Senate floor Thursday that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., expressed the view last week that legislation for extending dozens of expired tax breaks is unlikely to be passed until a lame-duck session following the election. “The majority leader blames this on the minority, but it is the majority leader that is uniquely situated under Senate rules to determine what legislation will be considered on the Senate floor,” said Grassley.
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