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  • Lack of Urgency Blocking Supercommittee

    Apparently the stakes aren’t high enough for the congressional debt supercommittee. The reason why the panel appears unlikely to reach a deficit reduction deal is the lack of urgency, according to a story in Friday’s Washington Post. Unlike the previous crises Congress faced earlier this year, missing this week’s deadline will not cause an immediate calamity …

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  • Next Round of Air Force Civilian Cuts May Be Coming Soon

    A second round of civilian personnel cuts throughout the Air Force reportedly will be announced before the end of the year or early next year, according to the Warner Robins Patriot. When it announced earlier this month that it was eliminating 9,000 civilian positions as part of a reorganization intended to freeze the civilian workforce at FY 2010 levels, the Air Force said it would begin identifying 4,500 additional civilian positions to trim …

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  • Congress Clears Four-Week Stopgap Spending Measure

    The House and Senate last week approved the conference report for a minibus containing the first three of the government’s fiscal 2012 spending bills along with a continuing resolution to keep the remaining federal agencies open through Dec. 16. The stopgap gives lawmakers four weeks to approve the other nine spending bills, a feat they plan to accomplish by wrapping them up into a massive, omnibus …

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  • Minnesota Vikings Could Move to Former Ammo Plant

    A 430-acre site at the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant could become the new home of the Minnesota Vikings professional football team, following the conclusion of negotiations between the team, Ramsey County and the General Services Administration. On Tuesday, the county approved an offer to purchase the site, located north of St. Paul, for a Vikings stadium for about $28.5 million …

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