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21 June 2011 By James Pethokoukis

Washington is toying with two quick fixes to boost the sluggish economy: a cut in payroll levies and a tax amnesty to bring home overseas corporate profits. Both concepts have some merit. But policymakers should be sure to consider the many possible consequences of such actions.

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