It remains to be seen whether rank-and-file lawmakers will go along with it, but GOP House leaders backed off their demands and agreed to extend the payroll tax cut through the rest of the year. They paid a high political price for their last showdown over the issue, and they likely thought it wasn’t wise during an election year to get blamed for raising taxes on 160 million workers.
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