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Bush's plan stresses security

Antiterror efforts get more money

By Bryan Bender and Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / February 8, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- The 2006 budget plan that President Bush submitted to Congress yesterday maintains or cuts funding across the federal government with one exception: spending related to the war on terrorism. (Full article: 622 words)

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