Law360 (December 18, 2019, 5:48 PM EST) -- The U.S. Senate will likely pass a federal government spending deal this week after a successful last-minute negotiation to add several tax provisions to the legislation, even if some senators said Wednesday that they weren't thrilled with the end result.
Maryland Sen. Benjamin Cardin said he will support the government spending bill despite what he considered the unfairness of how the energy tax extenders were handled. (AP) After discussions over the tax package almost fell apart, the "unusual" negotiations concluded by leaving out some energy tax incentives from the bill, such as credits for electric cars and solar energy projects, Senate Finance...
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