Washington (June 10, 2002) -- In a 256 to 171 House vote, Republicans have pushed through legislation to permanently repeal the estate tax.
The bill, which the Joint Committee on Taxation estimates will cost $99.4 billion through 2012, is the third attempt by Republicans to make permanent many measures of the tax cut as the country heads into the November elections.
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