Budget Chairman: Cut Deeper Than Bush

Gizzi, John
February 2004
Human Events;2/9/2004, Vol. 60 Issue 5, p5
Reports on the response of U.S. House Budget Chairman Jim Nussle (R-Iowa) to the budget allocation unveiled by President George W. Bush in February 2004. Overview of the budget proposal of the president; Need to abolish wasteful government programs; Action taken by Nussle to improve domestic spending in the country.


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