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5 Questions with Peter Lefkin

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Fri, 31 May 2013

The suspension of the national debt ceiling—a statutory limit for how much debt the Treasury can issue—has expired. But Treasury Secretary Jack Lew now says that the federal government has the ability to borrow money until after Labor Day to keep paying its bills. That’s possible partly because the

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