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Showdown Over Bush Cuts Revives Estate Tax Fight
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State Budget Gaps: Debt Holes Deepen
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Bipartisan Tax Overhaul Faces Uphill Battle
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Tax Code Overhaul As Tough As Doing Your 1040
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Tax Code Works To Some Companies' Advantage
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Adding It Up: How Much Tax Does A Taxpayer Pay?
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The Politics Of A Tax Hike
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President Obama, shown here in 2008 in New Hampshire, vowed he wouldn't raise taxes for families earning less than $250,000. Keeping the campaign promise would add billions to the deficit every year. Chris Carlson/AP hide caption

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Renew The Tax Cuts: Good Politics, Bad Economics?
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President Bush signs the 2003 tax cut package at the White House. With Bush are then-Commerce Secretary Donald Evans, Treasury Secretary John Snow, Senate Majority Leader Sen. Bill Frist, and House Ways and Means Chairman Rep. Bill Thomas. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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As Clock Ticks, Lawmakers Revisit Bush Tax Cuts
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