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November 30th, 2012
06:32 PM ET

This week on Your Bottom Line

Tax bills for the rich may get the headlines, but the middle class' most cherished tax break could be in the cross hairs of the fiscal cliff negotiations.  Christine Romans finds out if former Clinton-era Labor Secretary Robert Reich believes the mortgage interest deduction should stay or go. 

Plus: for 4-years, the GOP blasted the “Obama Economy” – so does a strengthening recovery mean an identity crisis for Republicans?  What will the GOP’s economic message look like if the recovery takes hold?  And is it time to take debt limit approval away from congress before another debt ceiling debacle?

Christine will tell you all about it, Saturday at 930a EST


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