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Sunday, March 6, 2011; 7:58 PM

I don't care if it was the Republicans or the Democrats, but whoever came up with the brilliant idea of reducing duplicate and overlapping missions by sometimes redundant federal offices ought to be applauded ["Government overlap costs taxpayers billions, GAO says," The Fed Page, March 2].

In fact, it's such a big problem, I hope we can get at least 20 or 30 federal offices working on it right away.

Paul Whittemore, Spotsylvania

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