Boehner Optimistic on Payroll Tax Cuts as Partisan Plans FailRichard Rubin and James Rowley
The first attempts to prevent a payroll tax cut from expiring Dec. 31 fell short in the U.S. Senate, even as House Speaker John Boehner expressed confidence that Congress would extend the tax break and unemployment benefits.
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