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Lawmakers Approve Illinois Tax Hike
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Obama's Bipartisan Debt Commission Fails to Get the Votes
Obama to Work With Congress on Tax-Cut Agreement
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U.S. Trade Deficit Shrinks as Exports Hit Two-Year High
The High Price of Extending the Bush Tax Cuts
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