WASHINGTON -- The Senate's Republican leader says the automatic spending cuts that just started to kick in are modest and a step toward curing Washington of its "spending addiction."Sen. Mitch McConnell says the across-the-board cuts are not as devastating as some predicted. The Kentucky Republican also says families have had to trim their budgets and can appreciate Washington's step to curb spending.
McConnell: Spending Cuts Are Modest
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