Fixing the controversial alternative minimum tax has been termed a priority for the President Bush's Tax Reform Panel, according to a key White House advisor.

In a talk earlier this week at the American Enterprise Institute, Ben Barnanke, the White House economic advisor, said the panel -- which has been charged with strategies to reform the current tax code -- has placed the AMT fix at or near the top of its agenda.

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