Posted on 26 December 2012.
Congressional leaders and the White House “are taking a holiday break in negotiations over how to avoid year-end spending cuts and tax increases, and may not take up the issue in earnest again until just before New Year’s Eve,” the Wall Street Journal reports.
“There have been no talks between party leaders or between the White House and GOP officials since Friday, when President Barack Obama and Congress left town for Christmas, officials close to the negotiations say. That dims the prospect that any backup plan for averting the fiscal cliff could be devised and moved through the Senate when it reconvenes Thursday, as some expected.”
Full News here – Taegan Goddard’s Political Wire