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The 112th Congress has reconvened for a “lame duck” session, which may last until the end of December. It is likely that our legislators will craft a bill during this session that seeks to extend many tax provisions that are set to expire at the end of this year. The bill will be referred to as a “tax extenders package,” and we need to make sure that it includes a renewable energy production tax credit (PTC) extension.

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