Klobuchar, Bills look at budget through different lenses
ST. PAUL -- Kurt Bills dumped several books on a table in his U.S. Senate campaign office, declaring they were his plan to fix the federal budget.
He said those documents provided a "starting point," admitting that key provisions such as eliminating the Education Department likely would be dropped in negotiations.
Amy Klobuchar touted her vote on the Budget Control Act that would chop $2.2 trillion in federal spending over 10 years as her starting point.
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