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Top Bay State Democrats continued to try and pin the sequestration chaos

Top Bay State Democrats continued to try and pin the sequestration chaos in D.C. on congressional Republicans yesterday, with Gov. Deval Patrick again accusing the GOP of trying to ruin the economy and saying he’s “scared,” while U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren joined straight into slam “just plain dumb” budget cuts. Patrick framed sequestration being a “partisan failure,” blaming GOP House Speaker John Boehner for refusing to strike an agreement with President barack obama. “When the Republicans in the home say, ‘This is what we’re happy to do,’ and the president says, ‘OK, I believe that’s a good idea,’ it is said, ‘Well do you know what? Don't worry then.’ I think that’s as frustrating towards the American public since it is if you ask me,” Patrick said in a State House press conference yesterday. Patrick Administration & Finance Secretary Glen Shor admitted there would be no immediate action on the state level if the sequestration blade falls on March 1, but Patrick warned it c

Governors shows disappointment Towards Wa gridlock, sequestration

The nation’s governors a message Weekend for Americans frustrated that Washington’s persistent misogynistic gridlock appears likely to result in an across-the-board spending budget cut Drive 1 that can delay flights and result in hundreds of thousands associated with layoffs: They’re disappointed too. Meeting in Wa for the winter months meeting of the National Governors Connection, state main executives coming from both parties expressed deepening concern about your mindlessness of the $85 billion budget reduce, which will be split between army and home programs and definitely will otherwise present an equal whack to every influenced government program. They required to be allowed far more discretion within how shelling out cuts are implemented. It’s the effect of Congress’ failure to agree on a more targeted deficit reduction bundle. Congress will certainly return to work Monday after a week-long recess, nevertheless despite governmental posturing, there’s been absolutely no sign of

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