Finance Committee Republicans Seek Mark-up of Extension of Expiring 2001, 2003 Tax Relief
WASHINGTON – Sen. Chuck Grassley, ranking member of the Committee on Finance, joined by Senate Republican Whip Jon Kyl and all other committee Republicans, is asking the chairman to schedule a mark-up of an extension of current individual tax rates, which will expire in less than six months without legislative action. The senators wrote to Sen. Max Baucus, chairman, urging a mark-up as soon as possible to bring some certainty of continued tax relief in a struggling economy.
The request follows a committee hearing on the tax provisions earlier this week. The text of the senators’ letter is available here.
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