The House passed a new version of its patch for the alternative minimum tax that eliminates a controversial provision to raise taxes on the carried interest earnings of managers of private equity firms and hedge funds.
The version differs from the one passed by the Senate last week, however, by still including an attempt to pay for the AMT patch with other offsets. The measure passed by a vote of 226-193, but the White House has threatened to veto the measure.
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