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US Deficit Hawks Say 2015 Budget Not Bold Enoughi
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March 07, 2014 12:07 AM
Release of the budget is getting a lukewarm response from both supporters and critics of President Obama. The $3.9 trillion budget promises to lower the annual deficit. But critics say it does so by raising taxes on the rich, while ignoring nation’s most pressing fiscal problems. Mil Arcega reports.

US Deficit Hawks Say 2015 Budget Not Bold Enough

Published March 06, 2014

Release of the budget is getting a lukewarm response from both supporters and critics of President Obama. The $3.9 trillion budget promises to lower the annual deficit. But critics say it does so by raising taxes on the rich, while ignoring nation’s most pressing fiscal problems. Mil Arcega reports.


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