WATCHING WASHINGTON CLINTON'S BTU STARTING TO FALL APART

With Patrick Crow The Clinton administration's BTU tax proposal is beginning to crumble. Democrats on the House ways and means committee were working on the tax plan behind closed doors last week and appeared to be only a few days away from agreeing on a revised bill. A major change came after President Clinton agreed to an amendment by Rep. Bill Brewster (D-Okla.) to make consumers, not local distribution companies (LDCs), liable for paving the BTU tax on natural gas.

May 17th, 1993
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