Our CNNMoney.com colleagues are up with a great preview of just what President Obama will suggest Congress institute to achieve the deficit reduction that was part of the debt ceiling compromise earlier this summer.
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - President Obama's debt reduction plan is set to land Monday in the laps of the 12 members of the Congress' bipartisan debt committee.
In recent weeks the president has said his plan would offer specific proposals that can achieve savings "more ambitious" than the committee's $1.5 trillion target. He said it would be "balanced," involving both spending cuts and tax increases. And he promised it would "stabilize debt in the long run."
But those phrases offer wide berth for interpretation.
We already found out earlier in the week one thing the president will NOT propose: making any changes to social security.