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White House Budget Proposal Projects Growing Federal Deficit

NPR Tuesday, 13 February 2018
White House Budget Proposal Projects Growing Federal DeficitPresident Trump's budget would cut funding to the State Department and reduce spending on Medicare and Medicaid — while increasing military spending. It also projects a large federal deficit.
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