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White House Asks $81 Billion for Defense, Tsunami Relief

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Steve Kosiak, director of budget studies at the Center for Strategic and Budget Assessments, analyzes the details of the White House request for $81 billion in supplemental appropriations for the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and tsunami relief.

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