WASHINGTON -- Senate Budget Committee Chairman James Sasser yesterday proposed major revisions in the 1990 budget agreement to permit an immediate $30 billion tax cut for the middle class.

In calling for action on tax-cut legislation before Congress adjourns this year, the Tennessee Democrat joined the ranks of most House and Senate leaders, as well as White House officials, who in the past week have endorsed passing tax cuts to stimulate the sagging economy.

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