Trump Budget to Spare Social Security
“Overall, the budget proposes 5 percent net cuts in domestic discretionary spending, the category of government spending that covers agencies like HHS and the Education Department, but does not include Social Security or Medicare.” That quote is from an article in The Washington Post describing the details of President Trump’s $4.8 trillion election-year budget. With domestic discretionary spending subject to net cuts of 5% (excluding Social Security and Medicare), the pathway to approval is likely to be a rocky one. Read the article here…
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