‘Cliff’ deal by Christmas said growing dim on Hill
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Republicans in Congress hardened their resistance to President Barack Obama’s proposed higher taxes for top earners and demanded a spending-cut plan, as lawmakers in both parties said it’s becoming less likely an agreement can be enacted before Christmas.
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