Paul Ryan Is Latest Republican to Meet With Obama – Wall Street Journal


Wall Street Journal

Paul Ryan Is Latest Republican to Meet With Obama
Wall Street Journal
President Barack Obama's outreach to congressional Republicans continues today, as he lunches at the White House with Rep. Paul Ryan (R., Wis.), the leading budget-writer in the House. Enlarge Image. image. Close. image. Reuters. Rep. Paul Ryan
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Paul Ryan Is Latest Republican to Meet With Obama – Wall Street Journal


Wall Street Journal

Paul Ryan Is Latest Republican to Meet With Obama
Wall Street Journal
President Barack Obama's outreach to congressional Republicans continues today, as he lunches at the White House with Rep. Paul Ryan (R., Wis.), the leading budget-writer in the House. Enlarge Image. image. Close. image. Reuters. Rep. Paul Ryan
Obama to lunch with Ryan after dining with GOP senatorsUSA TODAY
Obama Continues Congressional Outreach With White House LunchNew York Times (blog)
Obama invites Paul Ryan to lunchWashington Post (blog)
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Paul Ryan Is Latest Republican to Meet With Obama – Wall Street Journal


Wall Street Journal

Paul Ryan Is Latest Republican to Meet With Obama
Wall Street Journal
President Barack Obama's outreach to congressional Republicans continues today, as he lunches at the White House with Rep. Paul Ryan (R., Wis.), the leading budget-writer in the House. Enlarge Image. image. Close. image. Reuters. Rep. Paul Ryan
Obama to lunch with Ryan after dining with GOP senatorsUSA TODAY
Obama Continues Congressional Outreach With White House LunchNew York Times (blog)
Obama invites Paul Ryan to lunchWashington Post (blog)
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Some Republicans think Obama will add money to support his health care law … – Politico


Politico

Some Republicans think Obama will add money to support his health care law
Politico
It's not only the size of the sequester that has House Republicans fretting. It's not like the GOP expects the stock market to plummet or furloughs across the federal government to drive up unemployment. House Republicans fear the massive spending cuts set
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The Early Word: Plan C – New York Times (blog)


New York Times

The Early Word: Plan C
New York Times (blog)
Congressional Republicans have hatched a plan that they say could protect the most vital programs from the automatic budget cuts that take effect Friday, while shifting more of the political fallout to President Obama, Jonathan Weisman and Michael D. Shear
CNN Washington AM NoteCNN (blog)
Obama's sequester strategy: Divide and conquerPolitico
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Republicans aim to call Obama’s ‘bluff’ on spending cuts – Fox News


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Republicans aim to call Obama's 'bluff' on spending cuts
Fox News
With just four days remaining until automatic budget cuts kick in, Republicans are looking to call President Obama's "bluff" — by giving him the flexibility to spread around the budget-ax pain in a way that would prevent the kind of fiscal doomsday his
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WH: Woodward ‘willfully wrong’ – Politico


NPR

WH: Woodward 'willfully wrong'
Politico
The White House is fighting back against an assertion by the Washington Post's Bob Woodward that President Obama is "moving the goal posts" by asking that tax revenue be included in a deal averting the sequester cuts. Woodward argued in an op-ed that
GOP struggles in public relations battle over budget sequesterThe Hill
Sequester and public opinion? Advantage Obama. (+video)Christian Science Monitor
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LaHood warns of flight delays if budget cuts hit – Los Angeles Times


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LaHood warns of flight delays if budget cuts hit
Los Angeles Times
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration issued a travel advisory Friday: Because of a budget standoff in Washington, flights will be delayed. That was the message Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood delivered at the daily White House briefing as he
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US air travel delays loom after sequester: LaHoodReuters
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Obama called top Republicans to discuss looming cuts: White House – Reuters


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Obama called top Republicans to discuss looming cuts: White House
Reuters
WASHINGTON | Thu Feb 21, 2013 2:51pm EST. WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama spoke to Republican congressional leaders on Thursday in the first sign of movement toward heading off across-the-board government spending cuts that
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Supreme Court to hear case on campaign donation limits – USA TODAY


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Supreme Court to hear case on campaign donation limits
USA TODAY
Alabama businessman and GOP activist argues individual limits violate donors' free-speech rights and restrict the ability of candidates and parties to compete. court. The Supreme Court announced Tuesday it will consider a case challenging the limit on how
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