Clinton's Farewell Spending Plan Cautions Bush Against Tax Cuts

Ferris, Craig T.
January 2001
Bond Buyer;01/17/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31058, p6
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Reports on United States President Bill Clinton's farewell budget, which is in effect, is a place holder until President-elect George W. Bush submits his own spending and revenue plan for fiscal 2002. Projected surplus; Caution against the next administration's enactment of expensive tax cuts and spending increases.


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