President Obama urged Congress to agree to a deal to extend the Bush-era tax rates for the middle class on Wednesday, while agreeing to consider other tax reform measures for wealthier Americans.
During a press conference at the White House, Obama rejected the Republican bargaining position of limiting tax deductions and loopholes for the wealthy, but not raising tax rates for upper-income taxpayers. He is seeking $1.6 trillion in revenue.
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