Can Kicked Over Cliff


The Senate voted early Tuesday morning to approve a deal that would avert the fiscal cliff.  The deal will raise taxes for those making over four hundred thousand dollars, and make changes to inheritance taxes.  The bill puts off the automatic sequester cuts for two months, and doesn’t mention the debt ceiling. South Dakota Senator John Thune, on the Senate floor, said the bill doesn’t address federal spending…

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The bill passed the House late last night. Congresswoman Kristi Noem says the whole process is flawed…

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She says a number of members have problems with how the negotiations were handled…

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