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No deal on sequester

9:59 PM, Mar. 1, 2013
President Barack Obama gestures told reporters there's no 'secret formula or special sauce' to make Republicans agree to a budget deal that increases tax revenue.
President Barack Obama gestures told reporters there's no 'secret formula or special sauce' to make Republicans agree to a budget deal that increases tax revenue.
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Preparing to leap into the fiscal unknown, President Barack Obama and congressional Republicans failed to reach a deal to avert the $85 billion in automatic, across-the-board budget cuts set to begin at midnight.

Obama signed an order Friday night authorizing the government to begin the cuts he opposed.

"These cuts will hurt our economy; they will cost us jobs," Obama told reporters earlier in the day after meeting 52 minutes with congressional leaders on the impact of the massive cuts known as the sequester. ...

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