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The Late Edition: January 2, 2013

January 2, 2013

NTU hopes everyone enjoyed the winter festivities and welcomes you to the first Late Edition of the New Year!

As most Americans have likely heard, Congress ushered through a bill intended to blunt the economic impact of tumbling over the Fiscal Cliff late Tuesday. Check out this article from the Washington Post listing a number of the more odd expenditures in the final deal.

Retiring Congresswoman Sue Myrick of North Carolina will be leaving public service with an annual pension of approximately $48,000, according to NTU estimates.


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