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Byron York: Does Obama have power to avoid painful cuts? Does Congress really need to give him more?

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One of the most vexing questions of sequestration is this: Do President Obama and cabinet heads have the leeway to shape budget cuts so that they will inflict a minimum of pain, or do the president and his aides, as the White House claims, have so little flexibility in the matter that they can only stand by while devastating cuts take effect? The remarkable thing about the current debate is...

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