President Obama will again meet with congressional leaders today to try to find agreement on legislation that would raise the debt ceiling.

Among the biggest bones of contention is whether there should be tax increases in addition to the spending cuts that could help reduce the deficit.

The prospects for reaching a large-scale agreement were dealt a blow over the weekend when House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) said he wouldn't participate in such an agreement if it involved tax increases. 

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