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By Isaac Orr
New carbon-dioxide rules would put America in the dark
Topic - Gene B. Sperling
"I'd just say, stay tuned," Mr. Sperling told reporters.
"[The sequester] has zero entitlement savings — it ends after 10 years," said Gene B. Sperling, director of the president's National Economic Council. "It does absolutely nothing to deal with some of our revenue gaps, which experts across the aisle say is at the heart of our fiscal challenges and experts agree that it is hurting job growth."