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House, Senate Agree on $350-Billion Tax Cut Plan

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House, Senate Agree on $350-Billion Tax Cut Plan

House, Senate Agree on $350-Billion Tax Cut Plan

House, Senate Agree on $350-Billion Tax Cut Plan

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House and Senate negotiators agree on a package of tax cuts totaling $350 billion over the next 10 years. The bill reduces — but does not eliminate — taxes on corporate dividends, a central provision of President Bush's original tax cut proposal. Hear NPR's David Welna.