WASHINGTON -- Supporters of repealing the estate tax were dealt a setback last week when President Clinton vetoed the $792 billion Republican tax-cut package. Contained in the controversial bill, estate-tax legislation may not be entirely dead for this year, although supporters say hopes of outright repeal have faded for the time being. The tax package, which the President vowed to veto from the start, called for phasing out the estate tax by 2009. Some kind of incremental estate-tax ...

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