Don’t Cut Our Kids Out of the Budget

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Barack Obama won his re-election fight because Americans who are committed to moving forward turned out in record numbers to vote, especially in battleground states.

But we can’t go forward unless Congress sits down and makes the hard decisions required to create a just budget that invests in children, and creates jobs for their struggling parents while making sure those who have benefited from huge tax cuts pull their weight.

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Forget the rich, fiscal cliff would hit the middle class and poor.

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“Going over the fiscal cliff will raise taxes on 90% of Americans,” said Roberton Williams, a senior fellow at the Tax Policy Center.

More than two-thirds of the poorest Americans, who make less than $20,000 a year, would have to shell out more to the Internal Revenue Service. The average increase would be $590.

And pretty much everyone earning more than $40,000 a year would be affected. Middle-income folks, who earn between $40,000 and $64,000 annually, would see an average increase of nearly $2,000. And the richest folks, who earn more than $108,000, would face an increase of nearly $13,000.

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N.Y. charity finds shelter for homeless in Hamptons

RIVERHEAD, N.Y. (AP) — It’s not so easy to spot the homeless in the Hamptons in the summer, when celebrity A-listers fly in by helicopter and Wall Street whizzes drive out in their Jaguars and Lexuses. It’s not that the homeless don’t exist in the …
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The Poor and the Fiscal Cliff

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A combination of expiring tax cuts and automatic spending cuts, known collectively as “the fiscal cliff,” is set to kick in on January 1, 2013, and negotiations are happening now. The current law that requires significant cuts to both defense and non-defense programs is wildly unpopular and may be supplanted by an alternative agreement, where the real danger to safety net programs lies.

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