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Wisconsin lawmakers offer fiscal cliff solutions

Ribble, Baldwin, Johnson differ over revenue, spending adjustments

10:42 PM, Nov. 16, 2012
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Wisconsin politicians have mixed views on how best to address the impending economic crisis known as the "fiscal cliff."

President Barack Obama and congressional leaders met Friday to begin hashing out a deal, and both sides say they are confident an agreement will be reached before the end-of-year deadline.

U.S. Rep. Reid Ribble, R-Sherwood, and Sen.-elect Tammy Baldwin also said they believe a deal will be made to avoid a potential crisis caused by the end of Bush-era tax cuts and large across-the-board spending cuts to the Pentagon and domestic programs. ...

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