So here we are, after both sides cried "uncle" on this effort, with automatic spending cuts ready to go into effect that will begin the process of slashing $1.2 trillion dollars from the budget -- cuts that neither side wants.
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By ANDREW TAYLOR, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The super committee is struggling.
After weeks of secret meetings, the 12-member defic...
Earlier today, I sat down with California Congressman Xavier Becerra for his first national television appearance since being named a member of the bi-partisan deficit super committee.
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