The House approved an amended version of a bill that delivers tax relief to members of the armed services, in addition to emergency volunteers.
H.R. 3997, the Heroes Earnings Assistance and Relief Tax (HEART) Act of 2007, was originally approved last month by the House on a 410-0 vote. The Senate passed a similar version of the bill last week. The House amended it, including a provision that allows reservists called to active duty to access their flexible spending accounts.
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