President to propose ‘grand bargain’ on jobs
Updated at 2:58 p.m. ET on 7/30
(CNN) – A new plan from President Barack Obama that would alter the corporate tax code while investing in job creation is a deal that any “serious” lawmaker could sign onto, the president argued in Tennessee Tuesday.
What Obama called a “grand bargain” is being proposed in a bid to break partisan gridlock currently plaguing attempts to pass major legislation in Washington, though congressional Republicans signaled on Tuesday they were unlikely to back the plan, which the president announced at an Amazon.com distribution center in Chattanooga.
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