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Debt Ceiling – What Now?

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Tue, 26 Jul 2011

As I write early Monday morning, it appears that the federal government is at the brink of default. The Republicans and Democrats have laid out irreconcilable positions on taxes. President Obama has said that he will not sign a bill that does not have some increases in tax rates on upper-income tax

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