Battle Over Projected Budget Surplus

NPR's Mary Ann Akers reports that President Clinton and Congress have already begun the battle over what to do with the projected surplus in the next budget. The Congressional Budget Office yesterday revised its estimate of the surplus upward. The CBO now says the surplus will reach an estimated $1.9 trillion over the next 10 years.

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