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WASHINGTON (AP) — Rival deficit-cutting plans advanced by Republicans and Democrats on Congress’ secretive supercommittee would both mean smaller-than-expected cost of living benefit increases for veterans and federal retirees as well as Social Security recipients and bump up taxes for some individuals and families, according to officials familiar with the recommendations.

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