Lawmakers Consider 2004 Budget President Bush sends Congress a 2004 budget totaling $2.23 trillion, with the largest increases going to defense and homeland security. But some in Congress say the president should scale back some of the proposed tax cuts and allow more social spending. NPR's David Welna reports.
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Lawmakers Consider Bush 2004 Budget

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President Bush sends Congress a 2004 budget totaling $2.23 trillion, with the largest increases going to defense and homeland security. But some in Congress say the president should scale back some of the proposed tax cuts and allow more social spending. NPR's David Welna reports.

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