House leaders looking to cut discretionary spending by nearly $35 billion this year; some GOP members say it's not enough.
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White House officials said President Obama would not veto the bill.
Proposal to fund government for rest of fiscal 2011 includes reductions for NASA, local police, rural development and low-income women.
More workforce cuts and agencywide restructuring expected as officials seek to reduce costs.
Oversight panel chairman stresses need to listen to job creators while Democrats call for proceeding directly to specifics.
Mills declines to get into details until the president unveils his request next week.
Earl Devaney calls on the White House to expand stimulus reporting.
Not all swans are white, and not all political events are predictable.
Few Republicans appear eager to embrace actually closing the government.
Former USDA chief provides documentation to clear up several errors in a review that listed him among Bush officials who may have violated the Hatch Act.