By Russell Berman - 11/26/12 09:41 PM EST
“As we’ve seen in recent days, the American people support an approach that involves both major spending cuts and additional revenue via tax reform with lower tax rates. We look forward to talking to Mr. Bowles and other members of the coalition about their ideas to avert the ‘fiscal cliff’ without tax hikes that target small businesses and cost jobs.”
House Republicans rejected the plan crafted by Bowles and former Sen. Alan Simpson (R-Wyo.) in 2010 that included more than $1 trillion in tax increases. But BoehnerJohn Boehner3 ways the next president can succeed on immigration reform Republican Study Committee elders back Harris for chairman Dems to GOP: Help us fix ObamaCare MORE’s office noted that Bowles presented his own separate plan during testimony before the congressional “supercommittee” on deficit reduction last year.