John Boehner Has Placed Tax Increases For The Wealthy On The Table

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ABC NewsJohn Boehner has placed tax increases for the wealthy on the tableGuardian ExpressPolitico is reporting that one of its sources claims John Boehner has placed tax increases for the wealthy on the table. He has been adamant that Republicans would never agree to a tax increase for anyone. President Obama has said that there would be no ...Fiscal cliff: Republican offered to 'increase tax rates'Telegraph.co.ukBoehner offers millionaire tax hike, Fox News confirmsFox NewsUPDATE 1-Boehner offers tax increase for entitlement cuts -sourceReutersWashington Post -Houston Chronicle -Boston Globeall 2,103 news articles »

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