House To Vote On Bush Era Tax Cuts
WASHINGTON D.C. - The Senate has debated and voted on the Bush era tax cuts, and next week it'll be the House's turn.
Largely along party lines the Senate passed a bill extending the tax cuts for lower and middle income Americans while letting them expire for the wealthiest Americans.
But like many other bills in this grid-locked Congress, this one is unlikely to go anywhere.
The outcome is almost certainly stalemated until after the November elections.
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