Both houses of Congress appear to have reached a deal on a $70 billion package of tax cuts, according to published reports.
The agreements reportedly in place would extend President Bush's tax cuts on capital gains and dividends for two years and avoid more than an estimated 18 million middle-income taxpayers from getting hit by the alternative minimum tax.
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