Last week, Molly Ball reported on political scientist Morris Fiorina's paper highlighting common errors pundits make. Alan Abramowitz argues that one of Fiorina's claims misses the mark.
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Employee suggestions have saved $6 million so far.
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President says with "outstanding leadership" agencies can figure out how to make cuts.
Lines are longer at some airports, but just by a few minutes.
Georgetown Heating Plant draws multiple private bids, hits $19 million.
Virginia letter outlines $661 million payroll cut, as well as Army and Navy program cuts.
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