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Proposed Cuts to GAO

Proposed cuts to Congress’s investigative arm spark protest, By Alexander Bolton, The Hill (09/29/11).

Sen. Ben Nelson (D-Neb.) and Republican, Sen. John Hoeven (N.D.), have crafted legislation to cut Congress’s budget by 5.2 percent, or $200 million. Nearly $42 million in savings would come from the GAO budget.

Hat tip to Benton.

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