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December 7, 2012 12:53 PM

South Florida pols sticking to party lines on fiscal cliff

Don’t expect South Florida’s congressional delegation to stray too far from party lines when it comes to dancing on the edge of the fiscal cliff, the end-of-the-year spending cuts and tax increases set to take effect if Congress and the president don’t address them.

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