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$38.5 billion in cuts? $352 million? $20-$25 billion? Yes.
Republicans cleared a hurdle in their mostly symbolic first attempt to scrap healthcare overhaul.
Experts say the bill would reduce the federal deficit by about $19 billion over the next decade.
The House voted to extend unemployment benefits but cut health insurance help for the newly unemployed.
Don’t be so fast to celebrate the CBO scoring.
Tax cuts might give more immediate boost, but spending could yield biggest return, a new report says
Obama named his budget director and vowed to overhaul wasteful spending.
What McCain and Obama won't say: There's no money left for cutting taxes.
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