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U.S. government records $146.8 billion May deficit

Seattle Times Tuesday, 12 June 2018 ()
WASHINGTON (AP) — The federal government recorded a budget deficit of $146.8 billion in May, helping push the total deficit so far this year 23 percent above the same period a year ago. Last month’s deficit followed a surplus of $214.3 billion in April, a month that traditionally ends in the black because of the […]
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