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Sen. Ron Johnson says he won't support tax increases in a fiscal cliff deal

7:09 PM, Nov. 16, 2012
Sen. Ron Johnson focuses Tuesday afternoon January 10, 2012, mainly on the economy during a stop at the Stevens Point Journal. (DOUG WOJCIK/STEVENS POINT JOURNAL)
Sen. Ron Johnson focuses Tuesday afternoon January 10, 2012, mainly on the economy during a stop at the Stevens Point Journal. (DOUG WOJCIK/STEVENS POINT JOURNAL)
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Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Oshkosh says he will not support increasing taxes to avoid heading over the fiscal cliff.

President Barack Obama and congressional leaders met Friday to discuss the pending fiscal crisis, and both sides say they're confident they'll reach an agreement before the end of the year.

Johnson said he supports raising revenue, but only through economic growth. ...

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