Published November 27, 2011
The payroll tax holiday hasn’t done anything to stimulate job growth, so Republicans may not support extending the tax cut favored by President Obama and Democrats — at least in its current formula — a key GOP senator said Sunday.
Arizona Sen. Jon Kyl, the No. 2 Republican in the Senate and a member of the failed Super Committee, said Congress is working to address the payroll tax holiday and unemployment benefit extensions before the end of the year when they are set to expire.
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