Price tag called high for Bush's proposals

Price tag called high for Bush's proposals.
WASHINGTON — President Bush's spending and tax-cutting proposals would
cost the federal government $3 trillion or more in the coming decade,
and would probably have a deeper impact on the federal budget deficit
than the plans offered by his Democratic opponent, Senator John F.
Kerry, according to independent analysts and figures produced by
congressional panels and the Bush administration. [Boston Globe — Front Page]

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