Sunset Taxes Host Bob Edwards talks to Wall Street Journal reporter Greg Hitt about the new congressional habit of passing tax cuts and pretending they'll expire in an effort to make the deficit-widening impact of the cuts look smaller.
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Host Bob Edwards talks to Wall Street Journal reporter Greg Hitt about the new congressional habit of passing tax cuts and pretending they'll expire in an effort to make the deficit-widening impact of the cuts look smaller.