Fee Reform Overcomes Last Minute Threat
Traders Magazine, January 2002
Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton (D- N.Y.) delayed the passage of Section 31(a) tax reform, which recently cleared its final hurdle in the Senate and was signed into law by President George W. Bush. Clinton placed a hold on the reform bill to call attention to a tax relief bill that was pending in the Senate, according to a spokeswoman. However, she later lifted the legislative hold and the spokeswoman says the Senator, who ultimately voted for the tax reform, "strongly supported" the Section 31(a) bill, HR 1088.
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