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A renewed push on initiatives looms

Coming off popular election victory, supply-side leader plans bold moves

By Robert Gavin
Globe Staff / November 4, 2004

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Supported by a larger Republican majority in Congress, President Bush is likely to forge ahead in his second term with efforts to cut taxes on investment, allow younger workers to invest some of their Social Security payments, expand free trade, encourage new energy exploration and production, and pursue market-based approaches to healthcare coverage, economic analysts said yesterday. (Full article: 873 words)

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