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April 7 Buzz: The right and wrongs of GOP budget proposal

Most viewed, commented and shared: The choice between low taxes vs. Medicare benefits

Doyle McManus strikes a nerve with readers in his Thursday column analyzing Rep. Paul Ryan's (R-Wis.) budget proposal. What McManus likes about Ryan's plan is that it makes a basic choice clear for cutting the deficit. What he doesn't like: It's one-sided, lacks specifics and wouldn't increase any taxes.

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