The House yesterday signed off on a $3.1 trillion budget resolution containing a provision that would relieve about 20 million taxpayers from the alternative minimum tax for another year.

By a vote of 214 to 210, the House followed the lead of the Senate, which also passed the budget resolution by a narrow margin. On Wednesday, the upper chamber approved the bill by a vote of 48 to 45.

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