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House Approves Tax Deal That Would Retroactively Boost Mass Transit Benefits
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Dec. 6, 2014
"The benefit fell nearly in half in 2014, but the 11th hour agreement on a broader package of tax provisions would restore the subsidy to $250 per month, just more than the 2013 level. The maximum monthly mass transit benefit dropped to $130 on Jan. 1 when a provision of the fiscal cliff deal expired."

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