WASHINGTON -- Kmart and Kroger could receive millions of dollars in tax refunds should the $100 billion economic stimulus package passed by the House of Representatives last week become law. According to the Congressional Research Service here, a nonpartisan agency that provides research service to members of Congress, Kmart Corp., Troy, Mich., could receive $102 million in alternative minimum tax credits and Kroger Co., Cincinnati, could receive $9 million. Both companies declined ...
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