Washington (March 31, 2003) - The Armed Forces Tax Fairness Act of 2003 passed the Senate on a bipartisan vote of 97 to 0. 

The measure would remedy specific tax problems for personnel in the uniformed services and foreign service, including establishing a special rule for determining gain that can be excluded from the sale of a home, an above-the-line deduction for unreimbursed travel expenses for reservists, and the exclusion of child care benefits for the military from income. 

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