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November 30, 2011


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Yea well given the guv's pretty strident opposition so far, I'll believe it when I see it.

Additionally, I'd be curious what signals Senate Republicans "have been sending" that lead you to believe they might budge on this too.

Bob Conner

Here's a recent article on the Senate Republicans
And the deputy leader, Sen. Tom Libous (not mentioned in this story) has for some time made similar noises about being open to maintaining higher taxes on wealthy.

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