Freshman Lawmakers Urge Senate Democrats to Delay Vacations, Back Full Year Extension of Payroll Tax Relief

Posted by Don Seymour on December 19, 2011

House Republican freshman lawmakers urged Senate Democrats today to put their vacations on hold and work with the House to extend the payroll tax break for a full year — as requested by President Obama and passed by the House last week.

According to Politico, the GOP freshmen called Senate Democrats’ short-term approach “irresponsible” because it does “not provide economic certainty for middle-class Americans.” In fact, non-partisan tax experts confirmed today that Senate Democrats’ two-month bill “could create substantial problems, confusion & costs” for job creators. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) said a full one-year extension would provide more certainty for small businesses struggling in President Obama’s economy:


All information obtained from Speaker Boehners Website


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