Will the "Super Committee" fail to make a budget plan?
Broadcast: Midday, 11/21/2011, 11:00 a.m.
The bi-partisan congressional committee charged with finding $1.2 billion to reduce the federal deficit is unlikely to meet the Wednesday deadline. What should be the priorities for budget attention in the months and years ahead?
- Tim Penny: Co-chair, Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget. Co-chair, Peterson-Pew Commission on Budget Reform. Minnesota 1st district Congressman (D-Minn) 1982-1994. Board Member, Concord Coalition. Author of two books, "Common Sense" and "Payment Due." Independence Party candidate for Governor 2002. Former DFL State Senator.
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