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The House voted on a spending bill that will slash the Food and Drug Administration's budget by nearly 12 percent.
A new bill would establish a permanent, independent body to track federal spending and increase accountability, according to the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
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A House committee cut funding for the project in the 2012 budget by 98 percent.
The House passed a fiscal year 2012 bill today that freezes federal pay for three years and cuts the federal workforce by 10 percent through attrition.
The poll relates to two amendments in the House that are proposing a freeze on step increases under the General Schedule.
Congress must pass another funding measure to keep the government operating past March 4. House Republicans are calling for big cuts to current spending levels. This as President Obama gets set to release his 2012 budget request February 14.
A measure sponsored by Rep. Greg Walden aims to cut salaries and office expenses in committees.