Fiscal Scheme Deal Raises Taxes on 77% of Americans

January 2013
Moderate Voice;01/03/2013, p5
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The article focuses on political issues in the U.S. It is stated that every standard of rationality and transparency is violated by a White House negotiating process. It is mentioned that the House of Representatives managed to pass the Fiscal Cliff bill by 257 to 167 while Speaker Joseph Boehner couldn't get the majority of his caucus to vote for the bill.


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