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IN BRIEF

House GOP Pledges to Cut $100 Billion

JANUARY 04, 2011

“The incoming Republican majority in the House is moving to make good on its promise to cut $100 billion from domestic spending this year, a goal eagerly backed by conservatives but one carrying substantial political and economic risks. House Republican leaders are so far not specifying which programs would bear the brunt of budget cutting, only what would escape it: spending for the military, domestic security and veterans.” (New York Times)

Out of nearly $4 trillion.

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