The House Ways and Means Committee has passed a bill aimed at forestalling the spread of the alternative minimum tax for another year.

H.R. 6275, the Alternative Minimum Tax Relief Act of 2008, would prevent the AMT from hitting more than 25 million families with a tax increase this year, according to its sponsors.

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