NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - President Obama's upcoming budget will propose cuts to "scores" of federal spending programs, according to the administration's budget chief.
Writing in the New York Times on Sunday, White House budget director Jacob Lew named three domestic programs he said were examples of the "tough calls" Obama is making.
In Florida, our one term governor has proposed cutting $2 billion, at the expense of worker's pensions. He also wants our electric rates to go up so he can give a big break to businesses. And still, he is riding the crest of a 35% approval rating.