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White House May Have to Rethink Tax-Cut Approach

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White House May Have to Rethink Tax-Cut Approach

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White House May Have to Rethink Tax-Cut Approach

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Congressional opposition to the size of President Bush's proposed tax cut seems likely to force new White House strategies on the issue. Private pledges and deals by lawmakers seem to establish a maximum tax cut of $350 billion. Mr. Bush has said he'd accept a $550 billion package. NPR's Linda Wertheimer and Alan Murray, host of CNBC's Capital Report.

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