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Americans Who Win and Lose By the Spending Deal

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If the spending deal that averts a government shutdown for the remainder of fiscal year 2011 passes Congress, the United States will see the biggest spending reductions since World War II. But not all beneficiaries of federal funding would feel the cuts equally; some will even see an increase in pay and services. We reveal the Americans who can expect to tighten their belts or breathe sighs of relief—at least until September 30.

 

 

Winners:NASA  Losers:Recipients of foreign aid
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