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Republicans gained a majority in the U.S. House of Representatives in last November’s elections, but the GOP is finding that binding all its members together to produce clear policy isn’t an easy task. House Republicans earlier this week proposed cutting about $35 billion in spending, slashing such programs as Americorps, family planning assistance and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. But many newly elected members say that’s not enough, stressing they were sent to Washington to make even deeper cuts.

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