GOP tax writers admit that the longer the debate continues, the tougher time they’ll have fighting for permanent extensions of the tax breaks.
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The quicker the Senate moves on extending popular tax breaks the better, GOP tax writers in the House say.
Ways and Means Chairman Dave Camp (R-Mich.) and his allies are pushing to revive and make permanent some of the dozens of incentives that expired at the end of last year, like the credit for business research.
GOP tax writers are hesitant to weigh in on the broader fight over amendments and floor procedure that is stalling the Senate legislation to restore the more than 50 tax breaks commonly known as extenders.