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WASHINGTON POST-KAISER FAMILY FOUNDATION POLL, JULY 25-AUG. 5, 2012

WASHINGTON POST-KAISER FAMILY FOUNDATION POLL, JULY 25-AUG. 5, 2012

Raising Taxes on Rich Seen as Good for Economy, Fairness

Deep Divisions over Debt Reduction Proposals

Public Would Accept Tax Hikes in Debt Deal

National Journal Congressional Connection Poll Topline Results Oct. 15, 2012

GOP fiscal plans sharply at odds with public opinion

Among Cliff-Avoidance Options, Most Favor Targeting the Wealthy (pdf)

Bloomberg News National Poll December 7-10, 2012 (pdf)

Poll: Voters want soft fiscal cliff landing, but offer no net

As Sequester Deadline Looms, Little Support for Cutting Most Programs (pdf)

Congress Approves Obama’s $3.6 Trillion Budget

White House Budget Seeks $4B for Transportation Infrastructure Bank

Obama budget request calls for major investments in nuclear energy

President Obama unveils $3.8 trillion budget

Obama: 2013 budget reflects “tough choices”

Summary of the 2013 Democratic Budget (pdf)

Key Aspects of the 2012 Democratic Budget (pdf)

House GOP to Senate Democrats: Pass a budget and we’ll raise debt limit

House GOP Demands Balanced Budget

GOP demand? A symbolic vote.

Speaker John Boehner - @SpeakerBoehner .@McClatchyCo / @maristpoll survey: Americans want spending cuts, “are not in a mood to increase taxes” j.mp/10uSTyy

Poll: Sequester has not hit home

Senate Democrats to unveil first budget in four years

Ryan Budget to End Health-Care Law While Keeping Tax Revenue

Smaller States Find Outsize Clout Growing in Senate

Tim Pawlenty withdrawing from presidential race

The Party of Sam’s Club

Pawlenty to Lead Financial Services Roundtable

Scott Brown to join Boston law firm Nixon Peabody

Attackers dressed as Afghan soldiers storm US base, kill contractor in eastern Afghanistan

Taliban Says Afghanistan Blast Was a Message to Visiting Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel

U.S. military’s report of drop in Taliban attacks was incorrect

Coalition to Stop Reporting Attack Data

Judge Blocks New York City’s Limits on Big Sugary Drinks

NYC Mayor’s Office - ‏@NYCMayorsOffice - We plan to appeal the sugary drinks decision as soon as possible, and we are confident the measure will ultimately be upheld.

Pop versus Soda

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