Paul Pushes Alternative Debt Plan

Nov 21, 2011

With all indications that the congressional supercommittee tasked with cutting $1.2 trillion in budget savings by Wednesday is deadlocked, U.S. Sen. Rand Paul introduced an alternative plan late last week. The bipartisan 12-member committee, appointed by party leaders, has been in discussion for two months, but as of early today all signs pointed to the group being headed for a failure to reach a compromise.