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The deal under discussion would provide some relief from sequestration in exchange for cuts elsewhere and possible new revenues.
House Democrats would like agreement to extend unemployment benefits.
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Congressional GOP may be willing to let emergency unemployment benefits lapse on Dec. 31.
Focus is on finding savings to replace agency budget cuts known as the sequester.
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Federal agencies have been told to continue limiting performance awards and certain other forms of cash incentive payments.
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