No House action is expected on sequester

02/13/2013 | Defense News

Republican lawmakers are seen as unlikely to approve President Barack Obama's proposal to avoid sequestration by changing the tax code and making health care system reforms, and congressional watchers say little action is being taken on other sequester-fix ideas as well. In his State of the Union speech this week, Obama criticized both the sequester and the suggestion that deep cuts to domestic programs be made to avert it. Republicans want spending reductions to be part of a sequestration solution.

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