Posted: 12:24 pm Tuesday, December 14th, 2010
By Jamie Dupree
There were 27 amendments filed in the Senate to the tax deal reached between the White House and Congressional Republicans. It’s not clear if any of them will get a vote.
Senators of both parties have introduced everything from a completely new bill, to expansion and extension of certain tax breaks and modifications of individual provisions.
You can look at the list here:
SA 4775 Stabenow, et al – Expansion of Qualifying Advanced Energy Project Credit
SA 4776 Cantwell/Murray – EXTENSION AND EXPANSION OF NEW CLEAN RENEWABLE ENERGY BONDS
SA 4777 Cantwell – TIMBER REIT MODERNIZATION
SA 4778 Cantwell – RENEWAL COMMUNITY TAX INCENTIVES
SA 4779 Cantwell – Extension of Build America Bonds
SA 4780 Warner/Chambliss – Sense of the Senate on Federal Debt and the Budget Deficit
SA 4781 Murray/Cantwell – Grants for specific energy property
SA 4782 Menendez – Additional Standard Deduction for Real Property Taxes for Non-itemizers
SA 4783 Bingaman/Snowe – Advanced Energy Tax Incentives
SA 4784 Cardin – Surety Bonds
SA 4785 Cardin – Eliminate REIT Ratable Share Limitation for ARRA Grants
SA 4786 Wyden et al – Extend Build America Bonds
SA 4787 Levin – modify Estate tax language
SA 4788 Nelson FL – CREDIT FOR ELECTRICITY PRODUCED AT CERTAIN OPEN-LOOP BIOMASS FACILITIES
SA 4789 Dorgan – Alternative Motor Vehicle Credit for certain Hybrids
SA 4790 Feinstein – Extension of Income Tax Credit for Alcohol Used as Fuel
SA 4791 Feinstein – Extension of Income Tax Credit for Alcohol Used as Fuel
SA 4792 Feinstein – Extension of Income Tax Credit for Alcohol Used as Fuel
SA 4793 Sanders – substitute for entire bill
SA 4794 Merkley et al – extend tax relief for all making less than $1 million
SA 4795 Brown OH – substitute for entire bill
SA 4796 Sanders – substitute for entire bill
SA 4797 Lincoln – Timber REIT modernization
SA 4798 Shaheen – CREDIT FOR ELECTRICITY PRODUCED AT CERTAIN OPEN-LOOP BIOMASS FACILITIES
SA 4799 Collins ME- strikes provision on Wood stoves
SA 4800 Coons – changes effective date on some bond related provisions
SA 4803 Ensign – subsitute for entire bill
Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) still hopes to get a vote on at least one of his plans to cut billions in spending in order to offset the cost of some of the underlying provisions in this tax deal.
But he may get elbowed aside by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
As for a final vote in the Senate on the tax deal, no time has been set as yet at this writing.