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Super Committee’s Loss Is Democrats’ Gain

Keith and Rep. Barney Frank of Massachusetts, ranking member of the House Financial Services Committee, analyze the potential outcome of the bipartisan congressional super committee’s failure to reach an agreement on how to reduce the deficit. Frank says the programs for the poorest people in the country are protected and the Bush tax cuts are still set to expire.

Keith and Rep. Barney Frank of Massachusetts, ranking member of the House Financial Services Committee, analyze the potential outcome of the bipartisan congressional super committee’s failure to reach an agreement on how to reduce the deficit. Frank says the programs for the poorest people in the country are protected and the Bush tax cuts are still set to expire.

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