The Senate this weekend passed a 2014 budget that would eliminate some tax breaks for the wealthy, trim spending on defense and make other reductions, most of which would be used to eliminate sequestration cuts. The $3.7 trillion Democrat-led budget, which slightly lowers the U.S. debt, drew praise from the White House.
Senate passes budget that would roll back sequester
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