B.A. Spending Daily
Here’s a roundup of this morning’s must-read budget and economic stories:
Reuters looks at the President’s remarks on jobs and the economy yesterday in Michigan.
The Hill reports that one House Democrat has offered the super-committee a $2 trillion outline for deficit reduction.
According to The Daily Caller, federal taxpayers are paying for a trip to Hawaii for Senate staff members.
On the opinion pages: Stephen Moore says it’s unlikely the debt super-committee will get much done; Grover Norquist celebrates Cost of Government Day; Investor’s Business Daily says no to more government spending; and Jane Harman and Vin Weber offer their ideas for deficit reduction.