Americans’ level of interest in the news surrounding the fiscal cliff negotiations remains about the same as it has been since the beginning of the month, despite continuing news coverage of the pending tax increases and spending cuts that would take place on Jan. 1 if no agreement is reached to forestall them. Currently, 62% of Americans are following the fiscal cliff news story very or somewhat closely, similar to what Gallup found Dec. 1-2.
Indexed annuities that are registered as variable contracts looked like dukes.
Plans will have more power to make patients try cheaper alternatives of some drugs first.
The sector accounts for about 1.3% of the Empire State's economic output.
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