In cash-strapped Washington, President Obama’s $1 trillion health care law

is presenting a tempting target for lawmakers seeking funds for other projects, as

Congress last week raided the health care piggy bank for the third time in less

than a year.

Congress last week axed a part of Democrats’ signature domestic

achievement to find $11 billion to cover the cost of repealing a withholding tax

that otherwise would have hit government contractors in 2013. Mr. Obama

signed that bill into law on Monday.

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