Posted by | March 4, 2013 23:24 | Filed under: Top Stories

To the tune of $10 bllion.

The measure, expected to be brought to the floor for a vote this week, does not cancel the $85 billion in arbitrary and automatic cuts known as sequestration that began to take effect last Friday.

But it takes the sting out of some of the reductions, particularly in the military, by giving departments such as the Pentagon the ability to shift the funds in order to avoid deep cuts to critical operations.

By: Alan Colmes

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.