WASHINGTON (AP) — House Speaker John Boehner says "there's room for revenue" as a congressional deficit-reduction supercommittee seeks $1.2 trillion or more in deficit cuts over the coming decade. But he says it would require a major overhaul of government benefit programs.Boehner says he remains committed to helping the deficit panel succeed and that Congress should approve its recommendations if it produces a plan to curb the government's gush of red ink.The deficit panel appears deadlocked over demands by Democrats that it raise substantial new revenue. Republicans are united against the idea.Boehner discussed a potential deficit deal with President Barack Obama this summer that would have allowed up to $800 billion in new revenues but the effort fell apart. He says "all kinds of discussions" are going on now.