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CBO Says U.S. Economy Will Fall Off A Cliff If Bush Tax Cuts Not Extended

A new study was released today by the Congressional Budget Office.  It contained recommendations for safeguarding the US economy and said specifically that if the Bush tax cuts are allowed to expire or automatic spending cuts are triggered next year the U.S. economy will likely plunge into recession. The Congressional Budget Office report also says [...] CBO Says U.S. Economy Will Fall Off
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