Persistence appears to have paid off for Continental Savings, which has been lobbying for a break on its share of a thrift industry tax for more than a year.

As part of a sweeping tax package passed June 27, the Senate agreed to give the Seattle thrift an extra 15 years to pay the roughly $3.7 million it owes on $11.2 million in bad-debt reserves.

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