Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., offered 18 proposals to cut $1.29 trillion from the federal budget deficit over 10 years, including closing corporate tax loopholes and eliminating special tax breaks for wealthy Americans and big companies.

Rockefeller said last Thursday he would work with fellow senators and White House officials to consider these proposals in lieu of cuts to programs for the elderly, poor and working families.

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