Politics & Government

August 10, 2011 6:51 PM

6 Republicans who've vowed no tax hikes named to debt panel

Republican leaders in the House of Representatives and the Senate appointed six conservative lawmakers Wednesday to the so-called "super committee" that's charged with finding ways to trim the federal deficit by more than $1 trillion by year's end.

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