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Senate leaders are trying to cut a deal to avert the “fiscal cliff”

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The New York Times reports that a bipartisan group of lawmakers is rallying behind a three-step plan to cut the deficit, reform the tax code, and delay automatic spending cuts—averting a perfect storm of spending cuts and tax increases that have been called the “fiscal cliff.”

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