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Congress is locked in a political game of "My Party is more fiscally responsible than your Party," and earmarks are the chips.

Democrats on the House Appropriations Committee played the first hand this week by announcing a ban on corporate earmarks. House Republicans upped the ante by voting en masse for a one-year moratorium on all earmarks.

Elizabeth Wynne Johnson reports.

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