No decision when House will vote on fiscal cliff bill: Cantor
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Republican leader of the U.S. House of Representatives said on Tuesday no decision has been made on when his chamber will vote on the Senate-passed "fiscal cliff" bill.
"We have not made a decision yet," House Republican Leader Eric Cantor told Reuters at the U.S. Capitol. Cantor said such a decision would be made soon, however. It could come as early as later in the day.
The House was to reconvene at noon ET/1700 GMT.
(This story was corrected to drop reference to Cantor emerging from Boehner office)
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