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An alternative plan is emerging, and many lawmakers want to resolve their differences by the end of the week, but they are still stuck on the thorny issue of taxation.
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The historic Willard hotel in Washington. (Jahi Chikwendiu/The Post)
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Mary, Esther and Ellis, members of the Black Belt Citizens Fighting for Health and Justice, Uniontown, Ala., in 2014. (Harvard Art Museums, Kenyon C. Bolton III Fund/© Jeff Rich)
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