The ‘House” vote to approve, thus averting a ‘Fiscal Cliff’

Both the US House of Representative and the US Senate voted to approve the ‘Fiscal Cliff’ Legislation. The ball is now in President Obama’s court to seal the deal.


Tuesday January 1, 2013 – The US Senate approved the ‘Fiscal Cliff’ Legislation earlier today sending to the ‘House’ for their vote.  Late Tuesday night, the ‘House’ voted 257-167 to approve the Senate bill as written – which halts large tax increases for 99 percent of Americans and delays massive spending cuts for two months.

The next step will be for President Obama to sign the bill into law.

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