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Sen. Clark Barnes

May 29, 2010

Just two weeks ago, the Congressional Office of Management and Budget, a nonpartisan (supposedly) tool of Congress responsible for providing cost estimates on federal legislation, reported that they had misinformed Congress of the cost of the new federal health care legislation. Their miss? About $150 billion. Yep, they admitted they miscalculated the cost and are still attempting to obtain an accurate figure.



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