WASHINGTON -- President Bush called for the House and Senate to repeal the estate tax last week in his first address to the joint houses of Congress since his inauguration. from one generation to the next. "It's not fair to tax the same earnings twice, once when you earn them and again when you die, so we must repeal the death tax," he said, about two-thirds of the way through his speech. Bush then explained how a typical family with two children will save $1,600 on its federal income tax ...

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