Key Republican Sees Agreement On Spending Cuts By Deadline

ReutersKey Republican sees agreement on spending cuts by deadlineAFPWASHINGTON — A key Republican leader assured Sunday that a congressional supercommittee will reach agreement on $1.5 trillion in cuts in government spending by next month's deadline and avert deep automatic measures. "I think folks in this town on both ...Cantor: Jobs debate shouldn't be about personalityCBS NewsCantor Sees Growing, Warranted Frustration After 'Mobs' RemarkBusinessWeekCantor: Jobs debate shouldn't be about personalitySan Francisco Chronicleall 137 news articles »

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