Erik Wasson

Reporter, The Hill

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Reporter who covers the budget and appropriations for The Hill newspaper in Washington, DC

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President Obama’s  bipartisan panel on taxes and spending  got two more votes today from its own members, with 14 of 18 needed for final approval and another vote scheduled tomorrow.

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President Obama’s bipartisan panel on taxes and spending got two more votes today from its own members, with 14 of 18 needed for final approval and another vote scheduled tomorrow.

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