Rubio Rules Out Bush-Style Deficit Deal Raising Tax RevenueJulie Hirschfeld Davis
Florida Senator Marco Rubio said he wouldn’t accept revenue increases as part of a deficit deal that also cut spending to prevent a U.S. fiscal crisis, saying it’s a “different time” than when former President George H.W. Bush embraced such an agreement in 1990.
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