WASHINGTON -- The previously uncommitted Senate Republican leadership said last week it will consider an estate tax reform bill before the end of the year in the wake of the House's overwhelming vote earlier this month to phase out the tax over the next 10 years. "If anybody had said we would have this much momentum going for repeal of the estate tax a year and a half ago, they would be clairvoyant," said John Motley, senior vice president of government and public affairs at the Food ...

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