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This is the VOA special English economics report.

This week president Bush sent congress the final budget of his presidency. The spending plan for 2009 its first budget over 3 trillion dollars. Deficient spending would come close to the record of four-hundred-thirteen billion dollars in 2004. But the administration predicts a balanced budget by 2012. The budget proposal for next year includes increases for the department of defense and homeland security. It calls for spending 70 billion dollars on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. But the full cost for year is expected to be higher. The president has been providing money for the wars through emergency spending measures. The administration proposal cuts in the growth Medicare and medicate. Medicare is government health insurance for older people. Medicate pays for medical care for the poor. The move is unpopular in congress. But White House budget direcor J N says the budget reduces trowth in these programs to a leavel the nation can affort. THe president's budget includes a short term economic growth plan. It also includes an extension of tax cuts. Along with the systems for homeowners and more spending for scientific research.

Democratic say the budget spend too little on important services and too much when that comes to increase national debt. Senate budget committee chairman Cat Congress says total debt were about 6 trillion dollars at the end of the president first year. At the end of 8 years in office he says, that number is expected to rise above 10 trillion.

Conservatives in President Bush's republican party also critics the growth in government spending, he entered office with the budget surplus in the January of 2001. But his budget director notes that the United States later suffered terrorist attacks and natural disasters that require spending more. The new budget year begin October 1st. Generally a lot of changes are made in the last budget of a president who is leading office. This is true especially when congress is governed by the opposition party. For the first time congress receive the president's budget request in electronic form. Lawmakers and numbers of the public can buy traditional printed copies of the huge document if they wish.

And that's the VOA special English economics report written Mario Rhett. For transcripts and mp3s of our report go to voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Steve Ember.

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This is the VOA Special English Economics Report

This week, President Bush sent Congress the final budget of his presidency, the spending plan for 2009 would give the federal government its first budget over 3 trillion dollars. D* spending would come close to the record a 413 billion dollars in 2004, but the administration predicts of * budget by 2012.

The budget proposal for next year includes increases for the department of defence and homeland security, it calls for spending 70 billion dollars on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. But the full cost for the year is expected to be higher. The President has been providing money for the wars through emergency spending measures, the administration proposes cuts in the growth of medicare and medicate.

Medicare is government health insurance for older people, medicate pays for medical care for the poor. The move is unpopular in Congress, but White House budget director Jim N* says the budgets reduces growth in these programs to a level the national can afford. The presidency budget includes a short term economic growth plan, it also includes an extension of tax cuts along with the assistance for homeowners and more spending scientific research.

Democrats say the budgets spends too little on important services and too much when it comes to increasing the national debt. Senate budget committee chairman ** says total debts were about 6 trillion dollars at the end of the presidency first year, “ at the end of 8 years in office,” he says, “ that number is expected to rise above 10 trillion .” Conservatives in President Bush’s Republican Party also criticize that growth in government spending, he entered office with a budgets * in January of 2001.

But his budgets director notes that the United States later suffered terrorist attacks and natural disasters that requires spending more. The new budget year begins October first, generally, a lot of changes are made in the last budget of a president who is leaving office, this is true especially when Congress is governed by the opposition party. For the first time Congress receive the presidency budget request in electronic form, lawmakers and numbers of the public can by traditional ** of the huge document, if they will.

And that’s the VOA Special English Economics Report, written by Mario Ritter, for transcripts and MP3 of our reports, go to voaspecialenglish.com, I’m Steve Ember.
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This is the VOA Special English Economics Report.
This week president Bush sent congress the final budget of his presidency.

The spending plan for 2009 would give the federal goverment it first budget over three trillion dollars.Dephcy spending would come close to the record of 413 billion dollars in 2004.But the administration prodicts that valents budget by 2012.

The budget proposal for next year includes increases for the department of defence and homeland security.It calls for spending 70 billion dollars on the wars in Irap and Afghanistan.But the full cost for the year is expected to be higher.The president has been providing money for the wars through emergency spending measures.

The administration proposes cuts in the growth of Medi-care and Medicate.Medi-care is goverment health insurance for older people.Medicate case for medical care for the poor.The move is unpopular in congress.But white house budget director Jim Naso says the budget reduces growth in these programs to a level the nation can afford.The president budget includes a short term economic growth plan.It also includes an extention of tax-cuts along with the assistance for homeowners and more spending for scientific research.Democrats say the budget spend too little on important services and too much when it comes to inceasing the national debt.Senate budget committee chairman K.Congre says total debts were about 6 trillion dollars and the end of the president's frist year."At the end of eight years in office" he says that number is expected to rise above ten trillion.

Conservatives in president Bush's Republican party also critisize the growth in goverment spending.He entered office with a budget surplus in January of 2001.But his budget director notes that the United States later suffered terrorist attack and Natural disaster that require spending more.The new budget year begins October frist.Generally,a lot of changes are made in the last budget of the president who ls leaving office.This is true especially when congress is governed by the opposition party.For the first time comgress received the president's budget request in electronic form.Law-makers and numbers of the public can buy traditional printed copies of the huge document if they wish.

And that's the VOA Special English Economics Report writen by M.R.For transcripts and MP3s of our reports go to voaspecialenglish.com.
I'm Steve Ember.



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This is the VOA Special English Economics Report.

This week President Bush sent Congress the final budget of his presidency. The spending plan for 2009 would give the Federal Government its first budget over three trillion dollars. Deficit spending would come close to the record of four hundred thirteen billion dollars in 2004. But the administration predicts a balanced budget by 2012.

The budget proposal for next year includes increases for the Department of Defense and Homeland Security. It calls for spending seventy billion dollars on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. But the full cost for the year is expected to be higher. The president has been providing money for the wars through emergency spending measures. The administration proposes cuts in the growth medicare and medicaid. Medicare is government health insurance for older people. Medicaid pays for medical care for the poor. The move is unpopular in Congress. But White House Budget Director Jim Nussle says the budget reduces growth in these programs to a level the nation can afford.

THe president's budget includes a short term economic growth plan. It also includes an extension of tax cuts along with the assistants for homeowners and more spending for scientific research.

Democrats say the budget spends too little on important services and too much when it comes to increase the national debt. Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad says total debts were about six trillion dollars at the end of the president's first year. At the end of eight years in office, he says, that number is expected to rise above 10 trillion.

Conservatives in President Bush's Republican Party also criticize the growth in government spending, "He entered office with a budget surplus in /the/ January of 2001." But his budget director notes that the United States later suffered terrorist attacks and natural disasters that required spending more.

The new budget year begins October 1st. Generally, a lot of changes are made in the last budget of a president who is leaving office. This is true especially when Congress is governed by the opposition party. For the first time Congress received the president's budget request in electronic form. Lawmakers and members of the public can buy traditional printed copies of the huge document if they wish.

And that's the VOA Special English Economics Report written Mario Ritter. For transcripts and mp3s of our reports go to voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Steve Ember.

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This is the VOA Special English Economics report.

This week president Bush sent congress the final budget of his presidency. The spending plan for 2009 was gave the Federal government its first budget over 3 trillion dollars. Deficits spending were come close to the record of 413 billion dollars in 2004, but the administration predicts a balance budget by 2012. The budget proposal for next year includes the increases for the department’s defence and homeland security. It cost for spending 70 billion dollars on the war in Iraq and Afghanistan. But the full cost of the year is expected to be higher.

The president has been providing money for the wars through emergency spending measures. The ministration proposes cuts in the growth of medic care and medic aid. Medic care is government health insurance pay for old people. Medic aid pays for medic care for the poor.

The move is unpopular in Congress. But white house budget director J.N says the budget reduces the growth in these programs to a level the nation can afford. The president’s budget includes a short time economy growth plan. It also includes an extension of tax cuts along with the systems for home owners and more spending for scientific research.

Democratic say the budget spends too littler on important services and too much when it comes to increasing the national debt. Senator budget committee chairman C.K says total that was about 6 trillion dollars at the end of the president’s first year. At the end of the 8 years in office, he says, that number is expect to rise to ten trillion.

Conservatives in president, Bush’s Republican Party also criticize the growth in government spending. He entered the office with budget surplus in January of 2001. But his budget director notes that the United States later suffered terrorist attacks and nature disasters that require spending more.

The new budget year begins October 1. Generally a lot of changes are made in the last budget of president who is leaving office. This is true especially when the Congress is governed by opposition party. For the first time, Congress receives the president budget request in electronic form. Law makers and members of the public can buy the traditional print copies of the huge document if they wish.

And that is the VOA Special English Economic Report, writing by Mary. R. For transcripts and mp3s our reports go to VOA Special English.com. I am S.W.
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17:00 This is the VOA Special English Economics Report.
This week president Bush sent congress the final budget of its presidency. The spending plan for 2009 would give the federal government its first budget over 3 trillion dollars. Deficit spending would come close to the record of 413 billion dollars in 2004. But the administration predicts a balanced budget by 2012.
The budget proposal for next year includes increases for the departments of defense and homeland security. It calls for spending 70 billion dollars on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. But the full cost for the year is expected to be higher. The president has been providing money for the wars through emergency spending measures. The administration proposals cuts in the growth of medicare and medicade.
Medicare is government health inssurance for elder people. Medicade pays for medical care for the poor. The move is unpopular in congress but White House budget director Jim Narsil says the budget reduces growth in these programs to a level the nation can afford. The president's budget includes a short term economic growth plan. It also includes an extention of tax cuts along with assistance for home owners and more spending for scientific research.
Democrats say the budget spends two little on important services and too much when it comes to increasing the national debt. Senator budget committee chairman Kent Canrets says total debts were about 6 trillion dollars at the end of the president's first year. At the end of 8 years in office, he says, that number is expected rise about 10 trillion.
Conservatives in president Bush's republican party also criticize the growth in government spending. He entered office with a budget surplus in January of 2001. But his budget director notes that the United States later suffered terrorist attacks and natural disasters that required spending more.
The new budget year begins October 1st. Generally a lot of changes are made in the last budget of a president who is leaving office. This is to especially when congress is governed by the opposition party. For the first time, congress received the president's budget request in electronic form. Lawmakers and members of the public can buy traditional printed copies of the huge document if they wish.
And that's the VOA Special English Economics Report. written by Mario Ritter. For transcripts and mp3s of our reports, go to voaspecialenglish.com. I am Steve Ember. 17:12.
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This the VOA Special English Economics report. This week president Bush sent congress the final budget of his presidency.
The spending plan for 2009 will give the Federal Government its first budget over 3 trillion dollars. Deficit spending would come close to the record of 413 billion dollars in 2004. But the Administration predicts a balanced budget by 2012. The budget proposal for next year includes increases for the departments of Defense and Homeland Security. It calls for of spending 70 billion dollars on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, but the full cost for the year is expected to be higher. The president has been providing money for the wars through emergency spending measures.
The Administration proposes cuts in the growth of Medicare and medicate. Medicare is government health insurance for older people. Medicate pays for medical care for the poor. The move is unpopular in Congress, but White House Budget director Jim Nussle says the budget reduces growth in these programs to a level the nation can afford.
The president's budget includes a short-term economic growth plan; it also includes an extension of tax cuts along with the assistance for home owners and more spending for scientific research. Democrats say the budget spends too little on important services and too much when it comes to increasing the national debt. Senator budget committee chairman Kent Canrets says total debts were about 6 trillion dollars at the end of the president's first year. At the end of 8 years in office, he says, that number is expected rise above 10 trillion.
Conservatives in President Bush's Republican Party also criticize the growth in government spending. He entered office with a budget surplus in January of 2001. But its budget director notes that the United States later suffered terrorists' attacks and natural disasters that required spending more.
The new budget years begins at October 1st. Generally, a lot of changes are made in the last budget of the president who is leaving office. This is cruel especially when Congress is governed by the opposition party. For the first time, Congress received the President's budget request in electronic form. Law makers and members of the Public can buy traditional printed copies of the huge document if they wish.
And that's the VOA Special English Economics Report, written by Mario Ritter, for transcript and MP3s of our reports, go to voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Steve Ember

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This is the VOA Special English Economics Report.

This week President Bush sent Congress the final budget of his presidency. The spending plan for 2009 would give the Federal Government its first budget over three trillion dollars. Deficit spending would come close to the record of four hundred thirteen billion dollars in 2004. But the administration predicts a balanced budget by 2012.

The budget proposal for next year includes increases for the Department of Defense and Homeland Security. It calls for spending seventy billion dollars on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. But the full cost for the year is expected to be higher. The president has been providing money for the wars through emergency spending measures. The administration proposes cuts in the growth Medicare and Medicaid. Medicare is government health insurance for older people. Medicaid pays for medical care for the poor. The move is unpopular in Congress. But White House Budget Director Jim Nussle says the budget reduces growth in these programs to a level the nation can afford.

The president's budget includes a short term economic growth plan. It also includes an extension of tax cuts along with the assistants for homeowners and more spending for scientific research.

Democrats say the budget spends too little on important services and too much when it comes to increase the national debt. Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad says total debts were about six trillion dollars at the end of the president's first year. At the end of eight years in office, he says, that number is expected to rise above 10 trillion.

Conservatives in President Bush's Republican Party also criticize the growth in government spending, "He entered office with a budget surplus in January of 2001." But his budget director notes that the United States later suffered terrorist attacks and natural disasters that required spending more.

The new budget year begins October 1st. Generally, a lot of changes are made in the last budget of a president who is leaving office. This is true especially when Congress is governed by the opposition party. For the first time Congress received the president's budget request in electronic form. Lawmakers and members of the public can buy traditional printed copies of the huge document if they wish.

And that's the VOA Special English Economics Report written Mario Ritter. For transcripts and mp3s of our reports go to voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Steve Ember.



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This is the VOA Special English Economics Report.
This week president Bush send congress the final budget of his president season. The spending plan for 2009 will give the federal government his first budget over 3 Trilliarden Dollars.
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This is the VOA Special English Economic Report.

This week President Bush sent congress the final budget of his prediency.

The spending plan for 2009 would give the federal government is first budget over 3 trillion dollats.Dephecy spending would come close to the record a 413 billion dollars in 2004.But the administration for predict valents budget by 2012.The budget proposal for next year includs increases for the department of defence and homeland security.It calls for spending 70 billion dollars on the wars in the Iraq and A*.But the food cost for a year is expected to be higher.The president has providing money through the emergency spending meatures.The administration proposals the cuts in the growth medicare and medicate.Medicare is government helth insurance for old people.Medicate pays for medical care for the poor.The move is on popular in Congress,but white house budget director James N* say the budget reduce growth in this program to a level the national can afford.

The president budget includs a short term economic growth plan.It's also includs an extention of tax cuts along the assistance for homeowners and more spending for scientific research.

Democrats say the budget spends too little on important service and too much when it comes to increasing the national debt.Senate budget committee chairman K** says total debts were about 6 trillion dollars at the end of presidency first year."At the end of 8 years in the office" he says "that the number is expected to rise about 10 trillion."

Conservatives in President Bush's Republic Party also criticize the growth in government spending.He entered office with the budget su* in January of 2001.But budget director notes that United States later suffer terrorist attacks and natural disaster that requires spending more.The new budget year begins October first,generally .a lot of changes are made in the last budget of the president who is leaving office.This is true especially when Congress is governed by the opposition party.For the first time,Congress recive the prediency budget requires in electronic form,lawmakers and numbers of the public can buy traditional printed copies of the huge document if they wish.

And that's the VOA Special English Economic Report,written by Mario Ritter,for transcripts and mp3s of our reports go to voaspecialenglish.com.I'm Steve Ember.

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This is the VOA Special English Economics Report.

This week President Bush sent Congress the final budget of his presidency. The spending plan for 2009 would give the Federal Government its first budget over three trillion dollars. D? spending would come close to the record of four hundred thirteen billion dollars in 2004. But the administration predicts a balanced budget by 2012.

The budget proposal for next year includes increases for the Departments of defense and homeland security. It calls for spending seventy billion dollars on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. But the full cost for the year is expected to be higher. The president has been providing money for the wars through emergency spending measures. The administration proposes cuts in the growth medicare and medicaid. Medicare is government health insurance for older people. Medicaid pays for medical care for the poor. The move is unpopular in Congress. But White House Budget Director Jim Nussle says the budget reduces growth in these programs to a level the nation can afford.

The president's budget includes a short-term economic growth plan. It also includes an extension of tax cuts along with the assistants for homeowners and more spending for scientific research.

Democrats say the budget spends too little on important services and too much when it comes to increase the national debt. Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad says total debts were about six trillion dollars at the end of the president's first year. At the end of eight years in office, he says, that number is expected to rise above 10 trillion.

Conservatives in President Bush's Republican Party also criticize the growth in government spending, "He entered office with a budget s? in January of 2001." But his budget director notes that the United States later suffered terrorist attacks and natural disasters that required spending more.

The new budget year begins October 1st. Generally, a lot of changes are made in the last budget of a president who is leaving office. This is true especially when Congress is governed by the opposition party. For the first time Congress received the president's budget request in electronic form. Lawmakers and members of the public can buy traditional printed copies of the huge document if they wish.

And that's the VOA Special English Economics Report written Mario Ritter. For transcripts and mp3s of our reports go to voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Steve Ember.
This is VOA Special English Economic Report.
This week President Bush sent congress the final budget for his presidency. The spending plan for 2009 will give federal government first budget over three trillion dollars. Deficit spending would come close to the record 413 billion dollars in 2004. But the Administration predicts a balanced budget by 2012.

The budget proposal for the next year includes increases for the department defence and homeland security. It caused for spending 70 billion dollars on the wars in Iraq and Bakistan. But full cost for the year is expected to be higher.

The president has been providing money for the wars through emergency spending measures. The administration proposes cuts in the growth of medicare and madicate. Medicare is government health insurance for older people. Medicate pays for medicare for the poor. The move is unpopular in congress. But White House budget director J.N. says the budget reduces the growth in these programs to level nations can afford.

The president budget includes short term economic growth plan. It also includes an extension of tax cuts along with assistance for home owners and more spending for scientific research. Democrats say budget spends too little on important services and too much when it comes increasing the national debts. Seneta budget commity chairman C.C says total debts were about 60 trillion dollars at the end of president first year. At the end of years in office he says that number is expected to rise above 10 trillion.

Conservatives in president Bush's republican party also critizised the growth in government spending. He entered the office with budget supplus in Janurary,2001. But the budget director notes that the United States later suffered terrorist attacks and natural disastors that require spending more.

The new budget year begins on October 1. Generally a lot of changes are made in the last budget of president who is leaving office. This is through especially when congress is governed by the opposite party. For the first time Congress receive president budget request in the electronic form. Law-making and numbers of public can buy traditional copies of huge document they wish.

And that is VOA Special English Economic Report writtern by Morill Riter. For transcripts and MP3 of reports go to VOA Special English.com. I am Steve Ember.
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This is the VOA Special English Economics Report.
This week President Bush sent Congress the final budget of his presidency. The spending plan for 2009 would give the Federal Goverment its first budget over three trillion dollars. Deficit speding would come close to the record of 413 billion dollars in 2004. But the Administration predicts a balanced budget by 2012. The buget proposal for next year includes increases for The Department Of Defence and Homeland Security. It calls for spending seventy billion dollars on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. But the full cost for the year is expected to be higher. The president has been providing money for the wars through emergency spending measures. The administraion proposes cuts in the growth of medicare and medicaid. Medicare is givernment health insurance for orlder people. Medicaid oays for medical care for the poor. The move is on popular in Congress, but Write House budget director J*N* says the budget reduces growth in these programs to a level the nation can afford.

The president's budget includes a short-term economic-growth plan. It also includes an extention of tax cuts along with the assistance for homeowners and more spending for scientific research. Democrats say the budget spends too little on important services and two much when it come to increase the national debt. Senate Budget Committee Chairman K* says total debts were about six trillion dollars at the end of the president's first year. At the end of eight years in office, he says, that number is expected to raise above two trillion.

Conservatives in President Bush's Republic Party also criticize the growth in government spending. He entered office with a budget surplus in January of 2001. But his budget director notes that the United Sates later suffered terrorist attacks and natrual disasters that required spending more.

The new budget year begins October 1st. Generally a lot of changes are made in the last budget of a president who is leaving office. This is true especially when Congress is governed by the opposition party. For the first time Congress received the president' s budget request in the electronic form. Lawmakers and members of the public can buy traditional printed copies of the huge document if they wish.

And that's the VOA Special English Economics Report. For transcripts and mp3s of our reports go to voaspecialenglish.com
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