Can “super committee” play fair?

posted by
September 6, 2011
Christian Science Monitor    
Posted in News, PND News

"Congress returns from its summer break to an agenda dominated by jobs -- and how to cut at least $1.5 trillion in deficits over the next 10 years. But unlike the looming debate over how best to create jobs, Congress’s cost-cutting agenda has deadlines and fixed consequences if lawmakers fail to act. The task to control the national debt lies in the hands of a 'super panel' of 12, which is outnumbered by Washington's lobby community by nearly 1,000 to 1." (09/06/11)  

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