Tidrick, Steve; Knisely, Robert
May 1995
New Republic;5/29/95, Vol. 212 Issue 22, p17
Focuses on the U.S. Congressional debate between Republicans and Democrats over budget issues as of May 1995. Budget priorities of President Bill Clinton; Percentage of spending represented by anti-poverty programs in 1994; Implementation of the so called pork-barrel projects; Categories of government subsidies; Information on the 1991 Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act; Discussion on achieving a balanced budget.


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