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What about those five-way talks? (access required)

It looks like Republican lawmakers are putting a lot of pressure on a few Senate Democrats in hopes that at least one of them can be lured into voting for the budget package. Likely suspects include Sens. Albert Hale, Manny Alvarez and Richard Miranda. But even less clear is what they would get in return ...


  1. It seems that our government at all levels can not consider cutting programs to balance the budget in difficult times. Citizens must do this to get by; they do not want to but they just do it. Now, Republicans are supposed to stand for smaller government but they will not bite the bullet and do what is necessary. Sure it is difficult but it is your job as representatives of the people and for the people. Taxation is not a bottomless pit even though you politicians and bureaucrats see it that way. Just bite the bullet and do it!

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