Bipartisan Push to Cut U.S. Deficit

December 20th, 2010
in News, Background

Financial Times:  The US deficit commission’s contentious recommendations to slash $3,900bn from budget deficits by 2020 received a boost when two senators said they would introduce legislation early next year mirroring the panel’s proposals.

Follow up:

The move by Saxby Chambliss, a Georgia Republican, and Mark Warner, a Virginia Democrat, is an attempt to rally Congress towards a difficult bipartisan consensus on steps to tackle the long-term debt problem in the US.  Read more.....

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