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Gov't Spending Billions on Overlap?

Washington : DC : USA | Feb 28, 2012 at 9:47 AM PST
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Sen. Tom Coburn , R-Okla., also a witness Tuesday, estimated that waste and duplication costs taxpayers more like $100 billion per year. "Not one corner of our daily life remains untouched by a government program or federal effort," Coburn said in testimony being delivered Tuesday. "From... FULL ARTICLE AT Fox
 
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