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WASHINGTON, DC - Feb 04: House Budget Chairman John M. Spratt Jr., D-S.C., receives copies of President Bush's fiscal 2009 budget request from Government Printing Office Chief of Staff Maria S. Lefevre and Andrew M. Sherman, of the GPO Office of Congressional Relations, during a photo op in the House Budget Committee meeting room. The $3.1 trillion fiscal 2009 budget proposal, released today, represents Bush's last chance to put his imprint of the nation's fiscal landscape. But with Democrats controlling Congress and hoping to win the presidency in November, Bush's budget has little chance of being enacted. (Photo by Scott J. Ferrell/Congressional Quarterly)

WASHINGTON, DC - Feb 04: House Budget Chairman John M. Spratt Jr., D-S.C., receives copies of President Bush's fiscal 2009 budget request from Government Printing Office Chief of Staff Maria S. Lefevre and Andrew M. Sherman, of the GPO Office of Congressional Relations, during a photo op in the House Budget Committee meeting room. The $3.1 trillion fiscal 2009 budget proposal, released today, represents Bush's last chance to put his imprint of the nation's fiscal landscape. But with Democrats...
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