Washington -- The pending appointments for President Bush's bi-partisan tax reform commission, which were scheduled to be unveiled prior to the New Year, have been pushed back to early 2005.
Earlier this week, White House press secretary Scott McClellan said the administration was in the final stages of establishing the group, which will be comprised of tax experts and economists who will study the current tax code and report its recommendations to Treasury Secretary John Snow.
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