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While most of y'all were out enjoying your weekend, I blogged about some recent economic data and how that might affect Congress' ultimate decision on what to do about the expiring 2001 and 2003 tax cuts.

Some of you might have missed that item because, as I said, you were spending your time off doing other things. Good for you; to each his or her own concept of fun.

But now that it's Monday, I thought that as tax geeks, political wonks or both (I proudly wear both labels!), you'd want to keep track of the impending vote on Dubya's tax cuts, which are set to expire at the end of this year.

As part of my Saturday post on some tax cut calculations, I noted that the Bush-era tax brackets and associated individual tax breaks are gaining fans from the previously loyal opposition.

The Hill newspaper is monitoring the political and tax winds and reveals the Democrats who have publicly announced they are in favor of extending all the current tax cuts.

The Capitol Hill publication promises to add to the list as voting decisions are made public.

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