Obama: 'Compromise' on middle-income tax cuts
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Obama: 'Compromise' on middle-income tax cuts

Seattle : WA : USA | Jul 14, 2012 at 3:04 AM PDT
Source: USA Today
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In his weekly radio address this morning, the president noted that both Democrats and Republicans want to prevent taxes from rising on income below $250,000, even for those earning far more. That's all Democrats want -- holding the line on middle-income taxpayers, while letting taxes rise for anyone... FULL ARTICLE AT USA Today
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