President Barack Obama, fresh from his re-election, turned his attention Friday to the economy, offering to talk with Congress about how to avoid the prospect of automatic tax increases on the middle class.
However, Obama refused to give way on allowing taxpayers earning over $250,000 a year to avoid increases, while Speaker of the House John Boehner, R-Ohio, insisted he would not permit tax increases on small business owners.
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