(Bloomberg) -- The Senate rejected a pair of partisan proposals to replace $85 billion in automatic spending spending cuts set to begin Friday.
Senators turned back a Democratic proposal, 51-49, and a Republican plan, 38-62, with 60 votes required for each measure.
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