Senate Republicans Try Again on Tax-Free Savings for Education

Robelen, Erik W.
March 2000
Education Week;03/01/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 25, p29
Reports that Senate Republicans in the United States (US) have brought again the Affordable Education Act that was twice vetoed by US President Bill Clinton. Number of votes needed to invoke cloture on the bill; Possible results of the legislation; Chief sponsors of the bill.


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