The deficit reduction “supercommittee” in Congress appears increasingly unlikely to make any decisions on taxes before its impending deadline.

The 12-member bipartisan joint committee has a deadline of Nov. 23 to come up with about $1.5 trillion in deficit reduction measures over 10 years, under the deficit reduction deal worked out between Congress and the Obama administration last summer.

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