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Republicans said Tuesday that they might allow $250 billion to $300 billion of additional tax revenue as part of a deal to shave $1.2 trillion from federal deficits over the next 10 years. Democrats, though, did not seem to view the plan as a major concession.
News-Medical · 11/10/2011
House Speaker John Boehner discussed the strategy in some detail during a meeting Wednesday with... Many House Republicans, including some key leaders, have decided they can live with a government shutdown but not with the threat of default. In the …
Washington Examiner · 10/10/2013
Workers at an Amazon distribution center photograph President Barack Obama after he spoke to the group, Tuesday, July 30, 2013, in Chattanooga, Tenn. Obama spoke on his proposals for private sector job growth and ways to strengthen the …
San Francisco Gate · 7/31/2013
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Democratic lawmakers are seeking a compromise deal on education funding, but Republicans say their proposal is still too expensive. Democrats on Wednesday proposed that schools get about $150 million in new funding for the upcoming school year.
KCCI 8 Des Moines · 4/1/2015
South Carolina GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday that he would set aside efforts to impose more sanctions on Iran if President Obama allows Congress to vote on a final deal with that country over its nuclear program. “I'm willing to forgo that vote ...
FOX News · 1/18/2015
His response (we have more of it below) came after it was announced Monday that 47 Senate Republicans who oppose a potential deal with Iran over its nuclear ... Tom Cotton and co-signed by 46 of his GOP colleagues, including Majority Leader Mitch …
NPR News · ByBill Chappell · 3/10/2015
President Obama and his Democratic allies, betting they can force congressional Republicans into near total surrender regarding the government shutdown and federal debt ceiling, rejected multiple GOP offers Saturday in hopes of a better deal. Chances for ...
New York Daily News · 10/13/2013
MADISON - Republican lawmakers offered Gov. Jim Doyle a compromise Wednesday on a bill that would keep virtual schools open in Wisconsin, agreeing to cap enrollment and study the Internet learning option. Lawmakers have been trying to come up with ...
Journal Times · 2/28/2008
Projected spending for the budget year that begins on Oct. 1 was $3.8 trillion, rising to $5 trillion in 2025. Obama countered Republican claims instantly. He said the GOP prescription "is a failure to invest in education, infrastructure and national ...
Yahoo News · 3/17/2015
He's visited Republican lawmakers in closed-door sessions at the Capitol to offer pep talks to try to keep them unified, and even had the House GOP caucus to the executive ... rather than attempting to broker a …
Chicago Tribune · ByRick Pearson · 2 hours ago
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