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Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell joined House Republicans on Monday in joining the chorus that favors banning all earmarks.
He called the measure mostly symbolic, but one designed to ensure voters that he and others in D.C. heard them loud and clear Nov. 2.
He’s right to assert that banning earmarks won’t put a dent in the federal budget deficit, which now runs into umpteen trillions.
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