Congressional negotiators made yet another push yesterday to carve $1.2 trillion in savings from the federal debt but remained stuck in their entrenched positions on tax policy as the clock ran down on their efforts to reach a deal. Running from one small huddle to another, lawmakers on the special deficit committee continued trying to reach a compromise before a Wednesday deadline. After that, the panel loses special legislative advantages that could help its recommendations win congressional approval.
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