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In fiscal 2009, federal domestic spending rose 16 percent, to $3.2 trillion, the largest percentage increase since the Census Bureau began compiling the data in 1983. The total equals more than $10,000 per person living in the United States.

In fiscal 2009, federal domestic spending rose 16 percent, to $3.2 trillion, the largest percentage increase since the Census Bureau began compiling the data in 1983. The total equals more than $10,000 per person living in the United States.

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Federal spending rises a record 16% in 2009, Census Bureau says
Article | Federal domestic spending increased a record 16 percent to $3.2 trillion in 2009, the Census Bureau reported Tuesday, largely because of a boost in aid to the unemployed and the huge economic stimulus package enacted to rescue the sinking economy.
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Federal spending rises a record 16%
Article | A new Census Bureau report shows that federal domestic spending was up a record 16 percent in 2009, and the District, Virginia and Maryland were among the biggest recipients

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