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House GOP would cancel health care reforms, trim $5t in spending

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The biggest budget battle Congress has faced in years will kick off Tuesday when House Republicans unveil a spending blueprint that would slash $5 trillion in domestic spending while revamping Medicare to make it less costly. House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, R-Wis., has already angered Democrats by announcing that Republicans' 2014 budget proposal would eliminate the massive expansion...

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