Republicans pushed through legislation this week to permanently repeal the estate tax. The vote was 256 to 171.
Under the $1.35 trillion, 10-year tax cut legislation passed last year, the estate tax would be gradually phased out. However, unless Congress makes its repeal permanent, it would be reinstated after the law expires in ten years.
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