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S.3393 Middle Class Tax Cut Act, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jul 18, 2012 Read the second time. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 457.

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    • Feinstein: Intel Leaks Coming From The White House - July 25, 2012 by Bill Smith - Other expected bill to be considered this week S. 3393 — Middle class tax cuts extension and. S. 3414 — improving cybersecurity in the U.S.. So, tomorrow the Senate showdown over the Bush tax cuts is expected.

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      As noted by Bill Smith on July 25, 2012, "Other expected bill to be considered this week S. 3393 — Middle class tax cuts extension and. S. 3414 — improving cybersecurity in the U.S.. So, tomorrow the Senate showdown over the Bush tax cuts is expected." (/url?q=http://arkansasgopwing.blogspot.com/2012/07/feinstein-intel-leaks-coming-from-white.html&sa=U&ei=wwwVUNWIC4q08AT-vYCIBw&ved=0CC4QmAEwBA&usg=AFQjCNHL9KCBjrmOZIS3TX7ptuvFOuw3ZQ)
    • Feinstein: Intel Leaks Coming From The White House - July 25, 2012 by Bill Smith - Other expected bill to be considered this week S. 3393 — Middle class tax cuts extension and. S. 3414 — improving cybersecurity in the U.S.. So, tomorrow the Senate showdown over the Bush tax cuts is expected.

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      As noted by Bill Smith on July 25, 2012, "Other expected bill to be considered this week S. 3393 — Middle class tax cuts extension and. S. 3414 — improving cybersecurity in the U.S.. So, tomorrow the Senate showdown over the Bush tax cuts is expected." (/url?q=http://arkansasgopwing.blogspot.com/2012/07/feinstein-intel-leaks-coming-from-white.html&sa=U&ei=KVwSUKisE8nr6gGw1oGgCA&ved=0CDoQmAEwBw&usg=AFQjCNFqdgem-8Lrj-Vcusj51sFHCl6ZHw)
    • Feinstein: Intel Leaks Coming From The White House - July 25, 2012 by Bill Smith - Other expected bill to be considered this week S. 3393 — Middle class tax cuts extension and. S. 3414 — improving cybersecurity in the U.S.. So, tomorrow the Senate showdown over the Bush tax cuts is expected.

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      As noted by Bill Smith on July 25, 2012, "Other expected bill to be considered this week S. 3393 — Middle class tax cuts extension and. S. 3414 — improving cybersecurity in the U.S.. So, tomorrow the Senate showdown over the Bush tax cuts is expected." (/url?q=http://arkansasgopwing.blogspot.com/2012/07/feinstein-intel-leaks-coming-from-white.html&sa=U&ei=cwYRUOaND4fk9ASC94CwDQ&ved=0CDEQmAEwBQ&usg=AFQjCNGB7qkCQ-CrE0YwtGo4so9PrUCcvQ)

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    • The Cycle of Government: Subsidize the Living; Tax the Dead; Benefit the Corporate Cronies - July 23, 2012 by RedState - In legislation (S 3393) released Wednesday, Democrats had proposed extending the estate tax at its 2009 levels, meaning estates worth less than $3.5 million would be exempted from taxation while those above that threshold would be taxed at a 45 ...

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      As noted by RedState on July 23, 2012, "In legislation (S 3393) released Wednesday, Democrats had proposed extending the estate tax at its 2009 levels, meaning estates worth less than $3.5 million would be exempted from taxation while those above that threshold would be taxed at a 45 ..." (http://www.redstate.com/dhorowitz3/2012/07/23/the-cycle-of-government-subsidize-the-living-tax-the-dead-benefit-the-corporate-cronies/)
    • Reid introduces Democratic tax reform plan - July 17, 2012 by Thehill.com - Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) filed new tax legislation Tuesday concluding floor business for the day. The Middle Class Tax Cut Act would extend the Bush-tax rates on family income up to $250,000 and set a top rate of 20 percent for capital ..

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      As noted by Thehill.com on July 17, 2012, "Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) filed new tax legislation Tuesday concluding floor business for the day. The Middle Class Tax Cut Act would extend the Bush-tax rates on family income up to $250,000 and set a top rate of 20 percent for capital .." (http://thehill.com/blogs/floor-action/senate/238517-reid-introduces-tax-reform-plan-)
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