October 29, 2007. President Bush has threatened to veto an array of appropriations bills because they provide funding for domestic programs above the levels he requested in his budget. Adopting the president’s budget request would mean significantly less funding in some key domestic programs that provide critical services to a broad swath of families and communities – less than the House has appropriated, less than the amount needed to keep pace with inflation and in some cases, even less than 2007 levels. This one-pager includes CBPP estimates of the difference in funding for New York for some of these programs.

Published On: October 29th, 2007|Categories: Federal Taxes & Budget Policy, Reports, Briefs and Presentations, Tax & Budget|

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October 29, 2007. President Bush has threatened to veto an array of appropriations bills because they provide funding for domestic programs above the levels he requested in his budget. Adopting the president’s budget request would mean significantly less funding in some key domestic programs that provide critical services to a broad swath of families and communities – less than the House has appropriated, less than the amount needed to keep pace with inflation and in some cases, even less than 2007 levels. This one-pager includes CBPP estimates of the difference in funding for New York for some of these programs.

Published On: October 29th, 2007|Categories: Federal Taxes & Budget Policy, Reports, Briefs and Presentations, Tax & Budget|

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