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If Congress doesn't act soon, more than $85 million in automatic spending cuts will hit programs that provide everything from national defense to early childhood education. It's the latest in a series of budgetary crises that started with the deal to raise the debt ceiling in 2011. We'll talk to Rep. Dina Titus, who represents District 1, about the possible impacts of sequestration on Southern Nevada, and what will happen if the cuts come to pass.

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Rep. Dina Titus, Democrat, District 1

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