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Technically speaking, "the issue is fixed" means "somebody fixes the issue". And "the issue has been fixed" means "somebody has fixed the issue". So, the correct usage in all probability should be "the issue has been fixed". However, "the issue is fixed" is used quite as often.Jun 27, 2013

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