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Economic Life

We'll pay the piper later if our leaders keep taxes low

By Charles Stein
February 13, 2005

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Budgets are tight in Washington and in Boston. President Bush's proposed $2.57 trillion budget calls for only a 3.6 percent increase in spending. Governor Romney's $23.2 billion budget plan envisions only a 2.4 percent spending rise. (Full article: 699 words)

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