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Citizens United To Send 15,000 Petitions To Debt "Super Committee"

As a reminder of the American people's long standing wishes, Citizens United plans to send 15,000 signed petitions from our members to the newly formed debt “Super Committee” urging them to make the Bush tax cuts permanent.  With 9.2 percent unemployment, Americans cannot afford to have their taxes increased or to give more money to Washington, DC where it will go to waste.  Our debt crisis is a spending problem, not a revenue problem and the Super Committee would do well to remember that.


  
    
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