The House has passed a fix for the alternative minimum tax, voting 352-64 to keep up to 23 million taxpayers from falling prey to the AMT.
The temporary patch foregoes the offsets that Democrats had pushed for in the legislation and follows the version passed by the Senate that President Bush had urged Congress to approve.
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