How the President Can Move the Debate on Resolving the Fiscal Cliff

State of the UnionAs Congress and the president try to find a solution to the issues surrounding the so-called "fiscal cliff," many observers are left wondering what will be the ultimate outcome. The current debate seems to have both sides digging their heels in, and in the recent words of Speaker Boehner, negotiations are "nowhere." The Aspen Institute's Dan Glickman writes today in a Huffington Post piece about how President Obama can move the negotiations forward by scheduling a joint session before Congress. Read more about Dan's proposal here.

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