Clinton's Budget Proposal
President Bill Clinton has offered a $1.73 trillion spending plan for FY 1999 that he says represents the end of an era of federal deficits. Budget in detail
Clinton said the proposal marks "an end to decades of deficits that have shackled our economy, paralyzed our politics and held our people back. It can mark the beginning of a new era of opportunity for a new American Century."
What do you think? Is the nation really on the verge of real budget surpluses? Or, as some Republicans think, does Clinton's spending plan include hidden spending and hidden tax increases?
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