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Egyptian Unrest Poses Challenge To The White House

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Budget-Strapped States Might Prefer To Be Bankrupt

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California Faces A Most Massive Budget Shortfall

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Cuts Upon Cuts Leave Georgia With 'Budget Fatigue'

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