The debt-ceiling crisis isn’t over until Congress — particularly the House — approves the deal reached Sunday between President Obama and congressional leaders. But it appears to be headed for resolution. Though tea partiers are grousing that the agreement doesn’t cut enough spending, the tea party is the big winner. The deal cuts at least $2.4 trillion from federal spending over a decade and doesn’t include any tax increases.
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