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Linda Bilmes on the Sequester and Fixing the US Budgeting Process | PolicyCast

Harvard University on March 13, 2013 14:26

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    The much-hyped sequester was designed to force Democrats and Republicans into a budget compromise, but now that it has been signed, neither party seems happy with the result. HKS Senior Lecturer Linda Bilmes explains why the sequester is an undesirable approach to cutting the budget and shares her ideas on how the system can be changed to eliminate waste efficiently.

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