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Taxes, courts, federal agencies face effect of fiscal cliff
The White House and congressional leaders continue to negotiate to prevent the federal government from falling over the so-called fiscal cliff – the set of automatic budget cuts and tax increases slated to begin on Jan. 2 absent congressional action. But if the government goes over the fiscal cliff, litigators may be among the first to notice.