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Would Raising Taxes On Investment Income Hurt The Economy?

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Obama's Plan For Dividends, Gains: Who Would Pay?

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Fiscal Cliff Compromise: Devil Is In The Definition Of Revenue

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Fiscal Cliff Talks Resume As Deadline Ticks Closer

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Fiscal Cliff Would Only Dent The Deficit

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Congress Barrels Toward Fiscal Cliff

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Ohio Goes Blue, Disappoints Romney Supporters

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Alternative Minimum Tax Could Affect Millions

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Tagg Romney, Voting Machines And Ohio 'In Context'

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In Key Senate Races, Outside Groups Outpace Candidates' Ad Spending

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Democrat Critiques A Romney Stump Speech

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