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Washington D.C. - U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., voted in favor of the final passage of the Working Families Tax Relief plan late last night that keeps $145.9 billion in the pockets of Americans.

"I have always been a strong supporter of consistent tax relief. This plan allows families to decide how to best spend their money. By putting money into the pockets of Wyoming citizens, it can be used to strengthen small businesses, create jobs, and pay for health care instead of being locked into spending on new federal programs," said Enzi.

The bill extends three family provisions of President Bush's 2001 tax relief plan. These include a $1,000 per child tax credit, tax relief for married couples, and the 10 percent income tax bracket expansion.

The Senate approved the conference report by a vote of 92-3 and the House approved the measure by a vote of 339-65.

The bill will now go to the President for his signature.