Clinton Releases New Budget
President Clinton formally unveiled his proposed budget for the next fiscal year Monday. Read below for complete coverage from The Post and LEGI-SLATE News Service.
Winners & Losers: Agency-by-Agency
Your Budget Questions: The Chief White House Economist Answers
Post Stories from Feb. 2, 1998
President Issues Budget Challenge
The White House budget touched off a struggle with the Republican Congress over the size and role of government.
Analysis: A Prudent Budget Strategy
Clinton may have gained an important edge in challenging GOP demands for a huge across-the-board tax cut.
Defense: Cohen Cautions Hill on Military Pay Hike
Taxes: Clinton Offers Benefits With Middle Class in Mind
Terrorism: Embassy Bombings Prompt Security Hikes
Federal Workers: Plan Offers Big Pay Boost
D.C. Region: Area's Money Includes Share for FDA Center
The Arts: $52 Million Boost Requested for NEA
Clinton, GOP Seek Social Security Cure; Feud on Tax Cuts
Republicans decried the White House for not advocating across-the-board tax cuts, even as they embraced the president's plan to set aside surpluses for Social Security.
Defense: New Funds, Same Priorities
HHS: Long-Term Care Tax Cuts, Boosts for Medicare
Environment: A Focus on Less Controversial Programs
Education: Plan Irks GOP, Sets Stage for Rematch
Foreign Affairs: Tackling Security Concerns
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