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TEXTWASHINGTON (AP) - Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill said Tuesday he believes the Bush administration has close to "uniform agreement" with Congress on the need for an across-the-board tax cut. The size of the reduction is the major unresolved issue, he said.
O'Neill said the administration is intensively trying to work out the mechanicsof how to make President Bush's proposed 10-year, $1.6 trillion tax package retroactive to the first of the
Meanwhile, at the White House, Bush met with Republican leaders of Congress on Tuesday and said the issue of how to get his tax package through Congress was amain topic of conversation.
"We did discuss the timing of the tax package, how best to move it …