House to Vote on One-Year Renewal of Lapsed Tax Breaks, Lawmaker Says

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Dec. 1 — House Republicans introduced legislation and will probably vote this week to revive dozens of lapsed tax breaks and extend them only through the end of this year, said a Republican member of the Ways and Means Committee.

“It's either this or nothing,” said Rep. Pat Tiberi (R-Ohio), chairman of the Ways and Means Select Revenue Measures subcommittee.

The move reflects Republicans' calculation that a $400 billion-plus bipartisan proposal that collapsed last week probably can't be resurrected and would face an uncertain future in the House even if it could.