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Barring an 11th hour agreement today, the United State government will enact sweeping cuts to take $85 billion from the 2013 federal budget.
And the cuts leave no programs spared.
According to a report by the White House, cuts will range from 8 percent to military spending to 5 percent for non-defense programs, which translates to the biggest changes in defense spending and education.
More than half of the reduction will be $46 billion the Pentagon’s $46 million reduction and another $3 billion will come at the head of education.
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