Congressional blue dog coalition seeking more fiscal responsibility

Brandon, Hembree
November 2003
Southeast Farm Press;11/19/2003, Vol. 30 Issue 26, p31
Trade Publication
Focuses on the fiscal issues being addressed by the U.S. coalition of conservative Democrats, called blue dogs, as of November 19, 2003. National debt; Government discretionary spending; Background on the coalition.


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