After two weeks of negotiations, lawmakers admit there has been "no real progress" on the Fiscal Cliff.
Optimism over avoiding the Fiscal Cliff is dwindling on Capitol Hill, as lawmakers admit they've made no "real" progress in two weeks. Now President Obama is taking his pitch for tax increases and spending cuts on the road. If lawmakers won't listen, President Obama is hoping the public will. He's hoping to rally voters to pressure lawmakers to take action.