GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. -- Recently, a bi-partisan committee of U.S. lawmakers, known as the super committee, was given the task of cutting $1.2 trillion from the national deficit.
However, the 12 member team failed to come to an agreement on the deal.
The disagreement has been unofficially dubbed "the super failure".
So, now what?
Hamline University political analyst David Shultz joined KARE 11 Sunrise with his take on the whole issue.
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