Fiscal Year 2009 Budget Proposal
He mentioned that the budget was being transmitted electronically to Congress.
President Bush spoke with reporters after a meeting with cabinet members about his proposed fiscal year 2009 budget. He said the top spending priorities were national defense and the U.S. military. He also talked about budgeting for homeland security, economic stimulus, permanent tax relief, Medicare and Social Security.
He mentioned that the budget was being transmitted electronically to Congress. close
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