Posted by Stacy (AZ) on January 16, 2000 at 16:16:52:
Thanks again, Rick. I understand better, now, about the potential impact. I finally was able to get the status of the bill. The last action was that it passed the Senate by unanimous consent, without amendment, on 10/29/99. So, at least for now, it’s alive.
Sponsor: Sen Roth, William V., Jr. (introduced 10/26/1999)
Latest Major Action: 10/29/1999 Passed Senate
Title: An original bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to extend expiring provisions, to fully allow the nonrefundable personal credits against regular tax liability, and for other purposes.
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TITLE(S): (italics indicate a title for a portion of a bill)
SHORT TITLE(S) AS INTRODUCED:
Tax Relief Extension Act of 1999
OFFICIAL TITLE AS INTRODUCED:
An original bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to extend expiring provisions, to fully allow the nonrefundable personal credits against regular tax liability, and for other purposes.
STATUS: (italics indicate Senate actions) (Floor Actions/Congressional Record Page References)
Committee on Finance ordered to be reported an original measure.
Committee on Finance. Original measure reported to Senate by Senator Roth. With written report No. 106-201.
Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 346.
Measure laid before Senate by unanimous consent.
Passed Senate without amendment by Unanimous Consent.