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Economy: Fiscal Cliff #1039826

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 01, 2013
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) The terms of the fiscal cliff deal passed by the Senate noted.

(Capitol: Nancy Cordes) The opposition of House Republicans to the delay in spending cuts examined; details given about the last-minute negotiations between Senator Mitch McConnell and Vice President Joe Biden and about how Speaker of the House John Boehner pulled out of talks with President Obama. [Representatives Spencer BACHUS††, Michael CONAWAY††- criticize the Senate bill.] [Representative John FLEMING††- says there are parts that will be devastating to the economy and jobs.] [Representative Steny HOYER††- says a compromise has elements each party does not like.] The time frame for Republican leaders to amend this bill discussed.

(Studio: Anthony Mason) Report introduced.

(White House: Major Garrett) Obama’s view of this deal and his role in the talks featured.

Mason, Anthony;
Cordes, Nancy;
Garrett, Major

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