QZAB Extension Languishes as August Recess Begins

McConnell, Alison L.; Sanchez, Humberto
August 2006
Bond Buyer;8/7/2006, Vol. 358 Issue 32439, p4
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The article reports that the U.S. Senate went on recess without voting on the trifecta bill that would have extended the qualified zone academy bond program for another two years. According to the article, the Democrats have voted against the motion of Senator Majority Leader Bill Frist to bring up the bill for consideration. It adds that Democrats opposed the bill's permanent reduction in the estate tax.


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