John Cranford

National Editor, Congressional Quarterly

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National Editor of Congressional Quarterly, he has been writing about the federal budget for the last 20 years

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The lame-duck session of Congress is hard to keep track of. Today's sure thing is old news by tomorrow, and nobody knows how long it's going to go on.

Chaos Continues on Capitol Hill

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At his press conference today, Barack Obama again vowed to go over the federal budget line by line looking for wasteful spending.

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At his press conference today, Barack Obama again vowed to go over the federal budget line by line looking for wasteful spending.

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