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The Anti-Appropriations Committee

8 March 2011 By James Pethokoukis

The U.S. lawmaking process is biased toward increases in federal spending rather than cuts. One fix is to copy a 1941 committee whose sole purpose was to wield the ax. Other reforms could make it easier to pass budgets and avoid threats of government shutdowns and debt defaults.

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