The House and Senate are nearing a compromise on conflicting versions of legislation that would expand education savings accounts.

Lawmakers met late last week and tentatively agreed to the Senate version that would let parents deposit $2,000 annually for their children's education expenses and get a tax break, spokesmen for the negotiators said.

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