Obama-GOP tax deal meets opposition from House Democrats

12/9/2010 | Washington Post, The · NPR.org · Politico (Washington, D.C.)

Democratic leaders in the U.S. House said they will block a tax-cut compromise between President Barack Obama and Republicans from coming to a vote unless some parts are changed. An amendment strengthening an estate tax provision was being discussed as a way of overcoming opposition by Democrats, House sources said. Debate on the tax-cut deal has begun in the Senate, moving toward a possible Monday afternoon vote.

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